Deadly Drone Strikes Hit Kyiv As Russian Warplane Crashes

Deadly Drone Strikes Hit Kyiv As Russian Warplane Crashes

Four people were killed in Kyiv, including a pregnant couple, and four more in the northeastern city of Sumy.


Monday saw a stepped-up offensive by Moscow against Ukraine that resulted in the loss of electricity and the deaths of eight people, including kamikaze drone attacks in the capital.

According to Russian authorities, the plane did in fact strike a town in southwest Russia.

A crash in a residential area early on Tuesday morning started a large fire that left 13 people dead and 19 injured, according to Russian news media citing the ministry of emergency situations.

In an effort to offset battlefield losses, President Vladimir Putin claims that Moscow is attempting to undercut resistance to its eight-month war in Ukraine by attacking energy facilities before winter.

According to the Ukrainian prime minister, Russia struck hundreds of cities and villages with five strikes in Kyiv, Sumy, and the central Dnipropetrovsk area.

Four people were killed in Kyiv, including a pregnant couple, and four more in the northeastern city of Sumy.

Dmytro Kuleba claims that Iran has given Russia drones as a result of EU sanctions.

On Monday, drones swooped low over central Kyiv as police opened fire with automatic weapons at them. Smoke erupted from explosions all around the city.

“I saw a vivid orange splash,” Tamara Beroshvili remarked. The building shook.

The military of Ukraine said on Monday that it had shot down two Russian cruise missiles and eight drones built in Iran.

Following the attacks in Kyiv, the US issued a warning that it will retaliate against organisations and countries assisting Iran’s drone programme.

Russia ought to be kicked out of the G20.

In the largest round of attacks in months, Russian missiles had rained down on Kyiv and other cities exactly one week prior, killing 19 people and injuring 105 more.

Sergiy Prikhodko stated, “They seem to attack us every Monday now,” as he waited for a fare close to Kyiv’s main train station.

He told AFP, “It’s a fresh way to start the week.”

Air raid sirens began to sound in Kyiv just before the first explosion at around 6:35 am (03:35 GMT).

The enemy may be able to attack our cities, but it won’t be able to defeat us, according to President Volodymyr Zelensky.

Despite the fact that we lack air defences and missile defences, Russia won’t be able to accomplish anything with this kind of terrorism.

A senior presidential assistant named Mykhaylo Podolyak demanded that Russia be banned from the G20 following the strikes.

In a statement posted to social media, he called for Russia to be “expelled from all platforms” and stated that those who give orders to attack critical infrastructure, freeze civilians, and coordinate total mobilisation to cover the frontline with corpses cannot sit at the same table with leaders of (the) G20.


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NATO training

The draught offices in Moscow will close on Monday, according to mayor Sergei Sobyanin, who said that the Kremlin has completed recruiting reservists to fight in Ukraine.

In the meanwhile, Ukraine declared that it had exchanged more than 100 captives with Russia, calling it the first all-female trade since the invasion started.

Our warriors must be released as quickly as possible. Zelensky advised Ukrainian soldiers and front-line leaders to bear this in mind.

NATO began conducting routine nuclear deterrence exercises in western Europe, which were planned before Russia invaded Ukraine, as Putin intensified covert threats to carry out a nuclear attack.

During the exercises, training flights will be conducted by a total of 60 aircraft over Belgium, the United Kingdom, and the North Sea.

Belarus, a Russian ally, declared that 9,000 Russian soldiers and 170 tanks will be sent there to form a united army. This force would only be defensive and work to protect the nation’s borders.

Ukrainian forces in the south are drawing nearer to Kherson, which is located just north of Crimea.

Kherson is one of the four Ukrainian areas that Moscow recently claimed to have annexed.

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