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Ukraine war Russia continues to fire and kill civilians

Ukraine war Russia continues to fire and kill civilians


Security sources in the US capital, Washington, say Russian troops continue to push on Ukraine, but the Ukrainian military is trying to show resilience. They say Russia still does not have full control of Ukraine’s airspace, and its military convoy to Kyiv is stuck in one place.

Ukraine war Russia continues to fire and kill civilians

Top security officials say Ukraine’s military style is changing. Evidence suggests that Russian forces are continuing to push for control of the north and east, but are facing strong opposition from Ukraine. Statistics show that 95 percent of Russia’s pre-occupied military base has been reached.

Clashes continue over control of space, with each side losing fighter jets and missile defense systems. Sources say Russia has fired nearly 600 missiles since the start of the war.

here are three cities northwest of Kyiv – Bucha and Hostomel and Irpin that are still under fire. Civilians trying to escape have lost their lives.

A mother and her two children died while her husband was injured. The bridge over which people crossed to escape on a river was destroyed. A Ukrainian military official, Leutenan Oleg, said Russian troops were on the verge of defeat but that they would not surrender. “Our enemies are not more than five kilometers away, they are still firing, yesterday even artillery shells were fired at us, today it is a little easier, but they continue to drop bombs on us indiscriminately.

They are destroying houses,” he said. “The war is scary, but we will not give up.” Ukraine’s Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk says they have failed to evacuate civilians from the area, which is now a dangerous place, because Russia has not respected the ceasefire.

She said: “We have prepared trucks carrying relief supplies, which should reach Mariupol from Zaporozhye. 8 trucks loaded with food and medicine, and 30 buses to help women, children and the elderly leave Mariupol. All “The rescue squad wasn’t called for him. The rescue squad wasn’t called for him. The rescue squad wasn’t called for him.” use its warplanes to face Russia. The United States has said it is in talks to replace Polish planes with other ones if agreed. In the next few days, the US Congress is expected to approve a $ 10 billion aid package for the people of Ukraine. The money will be spent on military aid and relief work.

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