Ukrainian MP condemns “barbaric” Russian attack on civilians
Ukrainian deputy Oleksiy Goncharenko, called on BFMTV, condemned the last strike that hit the city of Kyiv on Sunday morning.
“There have been a lot of new strikes in recent days. I think this is Putin’s reaction to the decision to grant EU candidate status to Ukraine,” he said.
In our antenna, the subconscious condemns a “barbaric strike” aimed at the public as well as the infrastructure.
“This is the reality in Ukraine: the Russians are attacking civilians. They say their targets are the military, but in reality, many civilians are being attacked, which is a terrorist tactic and destroying infrastructure. This is the Russian way of waging war,” he said.
At least one person was killed and two were injured in what became known as the Russian strike in Q.
The Kyiv mayor announced in a telegram that two injured people had been taken to hospital after a Russian strike targeting a residential complex in the capital on Sunday morning.
According to him, the number may increase, but the victims are still “under the rubble”, he said.
A 7-year-old girl has been rescued and rescuers are trying to do the same with her mother, the mayor continues. According to firefighters, the father would not have survived.
Four G7 countries have banned Russian gold imports
As the G7 summit kicks off in Bavaria on Sunday morning, the UK, US, Canada and Japan announced a ban on Russian gold imports.
“These actions will directly attack Russian oligarchy and the heart of Putin’s war machine,” said British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who is meeting with leaders of key industrial powers in Germany for three days.
Kiev mayor says Russian strike aims to intimidate Ukrainians ahead of NATO summit
According to Q’s mayor, although the NATO summit is set to open on Tuesday, a Russian strike targeting a residential area of the city this morning is aimed at “intimidating Ukrainians.”
“Intimidation of Ukrainians (…) as NATO summit approaches,” declared Vitaly Klitschko, who visited the site of the eruption just days before the summit of the Atlantic Alliance, hated by Russia.
Four bombs were heard in the queue this Sunday morning
Overnight from Saturday to Sunday, GMT heard four explosions at 3:30 a.m., AFP reporters said. According to the Ukrainian deputy official, 14 Russian missiles were fired into the Kiev region and city.
A residential complex near the city center was attacked, causing a large cloud of fire and ash to form.
For now, it is not known if anyone was affected by these bombings.
“Several explosions in the Chevchenkivsky district,” said Kyiv Mayor Vitaly Klitschko, heading northwest from the center of the capital. “Ambulances and rescue workers are on site. In two buildings, residents are being evacuated,” he added.
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Moscow to supply nuclear-capable missiles to Belarus
Russian President Vladimir Putin announced on Saturday that Russia would supply Belarus with nuclear-capable missiles “in the coming months”, receiving Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko.
In dangerous statements that would further destabilize relations between Moscow and the West, the two leaders also indicated that they wanted to make the Belarusian Air Force capable of carrying nuclear weapons.
“Many [avions] Su-25 is in service with the Belarusian army. You can improve them in the right way. This modernization must take place in the aviation industry in Russia and the training of staff must begin accordingly, “said Vladimir Putin.
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The Russian army has complete control of Chevroletonetsk
The Russian military has taken full control of the eastern Ukrainian city of Severdonetsk, and the city’s mayor Oleksandr Stryok announced on Ukrainian television on Saturday that weeks of heavy fighting had broken out.
On Friday, the Ukrainian military announced that it would withdraw from the 100,000-strong city before the war in order to better protect the neighboring city of Lisitshansk.
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