14 people were killed by Russia’s 84 missiles, according to Ukraine; Putin claims it was a “massive strike.”
Numerous Russian airstrikes in retaliation today across Ukraine left 14 persons dead and numerous others injured. Several Russian airstrikes targeted Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, today, the first since late June.
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Denys Shmygal, the prime minister of Ukraine, claims that 11 “important infrastructures” in Kyiv, eight other provinces, and one other region have been destroyed. On social media, he stated that it was important to be ready for brief power, water, and communication outages.
Two days after a large explosion damaged a bridge connecting Russia with Crimea in an incident Moscow blamed on Kyiv, the Ukrainian military claims that Russia has launched 84 cruise missiles toward it.
Following recent wins by Ukrainian forces, Dmytro Kuleba, the foreign minister of Ukraine, claimed that the string of attacks proved Russian President Vladimir Putin to be desperate for defeat on the battlefield.
Dmitry Medvedev, a former president of Russia, issued a warning that massive revenge assaults were simply the first episode. The first episode has already been aired. Others will come, added Medvedev, who is currently the vice-head of the Russian Security Council. In several lethal airstrikes, Ukraine accuses Moscow of employing drones built in Iran that were delivered by Belarus, a nearby country.
The adversary made use of Iranian Shahed-136 UAVs. The Ukrainian military claimed in a statement on Facebook that nine further drones were “destroyed” during the airstrikes carried out by Belarus and the Crimean peninsula.
According to Mr. Putin, the attacks destroyed Ukraine’s energy infrastructure. “A large attack with long-range, high-precision weaponry was carried out this morning on energy facilities, only military command and communications in Ukraine, on the advice of the Ministry of Defense and in line with the General Staff’s strategy, ” Putin said during the Security Council meeting.
Russian airstrikes across Ukraine and against civilians, according to French President Emmanuel Macron, indicate a “fundamental change” in how the war is being fought. Of this war, Mr. Macron told reporters during a trip to the French Mayenne region.
In a similar incident, Putin supporter and leader of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said that after making the claims public, Lithuania, Poland, and Ukraine were preparing “radical” Belarusians to fight terrorism. A combined military deployment strategy with Moscow was announced.
The three nations share a border with Belarus, and Lithuania and Poland are both NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) and European Union members.
According to Josep Borrell, the EU’s head of foreign affairs, Russia’s missile assaults on people in Ukraine are a war crime. The indiscriminate targeting of people during a cowardly, disgusting missile rain on civilian sites is undoubtedly a further escalation, Spokesman Peter Stano declared.