The Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, opposes, but faces, disastrous targeted bombings. The mayor of the city Vitaly Klitschko and his brother Vladimir warned the Russians: they will never surrender.
For the first time, on Wednesday, March 23, damage spread over a kilometer radius in the same district Q (Ukraine). After the blast, residents are still in shock. City Mayor Vitaly Klitschko spoke to reporters with his brother. Two former boxers cover the wind alarm with their voices. “As the mayor of Q, as a citizen, I tell you this, but above all I tell the Russians: ‘Your troops will not come here. Die rather than kneel. Better a poor horse than no horse at all. “Vitaly Klitschko said.
At the beginning of the conflict, Vladimir Klitschko believes he was the first “I was shocked” And to “Lost sleep”. “Then slowly, we got used to it. It reminds me of my training camps. We did the same thing every day. You know, we have to be tough.”, He continues. Within weeks, the Klitschko brothers had become one of the landmarks of Kiev.
“Alcohol enthusiast. Twitter ninja. Tv lover. Falls down a lot. Hipster-friendly coffee geek.”
Vladimir Putin says he had ‘very important and frank’ talks with Xi Jinping
In Hong Kong, a prominent rights defender was arrested
Biden is classifying information about the origin of Covid-19