In the attack, the capital Kyiv, Kharkov, Lviv, Mariupol and many other cities were targeted by Russian missiles and bombs. Once again, a private building was attacked. More than 500 civilians have been reported dead in the Kharkov region alone, and stations and parks in Zaporizhia were hit by Russian missiles. These attacks were carried out when civilians evacuated from Mariupol arrived in Zaporizhia. As Ukrainian troops continued to install barricades on the streets, Russian troops intensified bombardment in the city center. Two civilians were injured in another 12-story apartment in the capital Kyiv yesterday. In the evening, the theater building, where hundreds of civilians were hiding, was bombed. Russian troops retargeted the civilian settlement of the Ukrainian city of Chernihiv yesterday. It was reported that 10 civilians waiting in line to buy bread in front of the store were killed in the bombing.
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09.00 Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, was shaken by a big explosion on Thursday morning. The 16-story apartment was hit by a missile launched by Russia at 05:02 local time. Ukrainian officials report that the attack killed at least one person and injured three civilians. The rescue team managed to evacuate about 30 people from the building, which turned into a fireball.
According to a statement from the Ukrainian emergency service, a rocket attacked a 16-story building. At least one was killed and three were injured. 30 people evacuated from the building.
Death of the tail of bread
08.00 Russian troops targeted civilian settlements in Chernihiv yesterday. The attack also included civilians waiting in line to buy bread in front of the store. Ukrainian media have announced that people waiting in line to buy bread have died as a result of the attack. The latest statement states that the death toll has increased to 13.
In the footage shot at the scene, there was a corpse on the ground in front of the store, and there was a moment when the injured were taken to the car. After the attack, civilians in the surrounding area tried to take the injured to the hospital by their own means.
06.45 The Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia reported that it provided more than 2,000 tons of aid to the residents of Donbus and Ukraine.
06.15 The Russian Defense Ministry has announced that a bus carrying about 300 refugees from Mariupol has arrived at the Russian border in the Rostov region.
04.00 Ukrainian President Zelensky said his priorities in the negotiations were the end of the conflict, the assurance of security, the restoration of sovereignty and the territorial integrity.
23.59 A large-scale evacuation operation was carried out in the city of Mariupol, which was hit hard by Russia. Within the scope of the evacuation, 11,000 people have been transferred from the city of Mariupol to Zaporizhia in the last 24 hours. “Today, about 2,500 private cars, 15 buses and 11,000 citizens have been evacuated,” a statement from the city of Mariupol said.
Life under the bomb
Russian troops did not hesitate to attack the hospital, but hundreds of civilians, including pregnant or newly born women, were killed in the bombardment. Births take place in hospital shelters. On the other hand, some newborn babies spend their first day of life in a room set up in the basement for orphans, with the exception of their deceased parents and those left behind.
“Russian troops have lost 40 percent of their power!”
The Ukrainian General Staff claimed that Russian troops had lost about 40% of their power and that some troops had been completely destroyed or lost their fighting ability. The British Ministry of Defense also claimed that Russia had convened support forces due to the large number of missing soldiers.
Putin administration may be tried for war crimes
The U.S. Senate approves resolutions in the International Criminal Court and the International Court of Justice to pave the way for investigations into “war crimes” that Russia’s President Vladimir Putin and his administration may have committed in an invasion operation against Ukraine. did. The Senate, which approved the decision to initiate an investigation into possible war crimes committed by the Putin administration, also said that Russian leaders, Russia, members of the Russian Security Council and Russian troops were “at the level of obvious war”. He accused him of carrying out the “invasion”. crime”. “This atrocities deserves an investigation into war crimes,” said Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer. US Vice President Kamala Harris described Russia’s attack on civilians, including maternity hospitals, as “evil” and said “it definitely needs an investigation and we all need to monitor it.” rice field.
Big loss is slow Russian army
In a statement made yesterday by the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense, 13,800 Russian soldiers have been killed since the beginning of the war. It was reported that 430 main battle tanks, 84 Russian military aircraft, and 108 helicopters belonging to the Russian army were shot down. An intelligence report released by the British Ministry of Defense pointed out that Russian troops would suffer significant losses and therefore slow down.
The world makes a good claim for Zelensky
Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky, who refused to request evacuation from the West and did not leave the country, continues his work to support international public opinion. After the European Parliament, the British and Canadian Parliaments, Zelensky also addressed the US Parliament yesterday. Zelensky received a standing ovation at the end of the video conference. “We are united in the face of Putin’s immoral attack,” said US President Joe Biden. Biden has announced an additional $ 800 million aid package, stating that it will provide Ukraine with long-range anti-aircraft, anti-aircraft and unmanned aerial vehicles.
3 European Prime Minister visits Kyiv
Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala, Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Janša, and Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Moravietski were yesterday in Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, after being attacked by Russia. These three are the first prime ministers to visit Ukraine since the Russian attack that began on February 24th. Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky said: We value it very much, “he said.