Russia raises attacks on Ukraine

Russia-Ukraine fight

Russia-Ukraine Conflict

Tuesday, Russia-Ukraine conflict day 6 as a large escort fleet of Russian tanks and armored vehicles headed for Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, and increased violence in Kyiv and other major cities. I entered. Russia launches an attack on Ukraine.
Russia bombed several important locations in Kyiv and Kharkiv, killing at least 11 people and injuring dozens more, according to Ukrainian sources. The targets included a large TV tower in Kyiv and a Holocaust monument.
According to the British Ministry of Defense, Ukrainian troops have blocked Russia’s advance and dominated Kharkiv and the coastal cities of Kherson and Mariupol, but all three are surrounded.

Here are some important combat details to remember. What about the major cities of Ukraine?

According to Ukrainian authorities, shortly after dawn, a Russian bombardment struck Freedom Square in central Kharkiv. On Tuesday, the area’s administration building and other facilities were severely damaged, killing at least six people and injuring more. Shells have fallen into residential areas for days, but this is the first time Russian troops have attacked 1.5 million inhabitants of the city. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky blamed Russian missiles for the incident, saying “it’s an obvious, undisguised horror.” No one will forgive you. “No one will ever forget.” hours later, Russian bombardment targeted Kyiv’s tall television tower and Holocaust monument, killing five and injuring five, according to Ukrainian officials. For some time, the explosion interrupted television broadcasts.

What happened to the large Russian convoy?

According to satellite images, the Russian convoy, which threatens Kyiv and its nearly 3 million people, fills an area of ​​40 miles (64 km) north of the city, far more than originally thought. Is big. According to McDonald’s satellite images, the convoy on Monday was only 25 kilometers away from the city center.

What is the south front of Ukraine in battle?

Several people were seriously injured in a Russian airstrike at Mariupol, the main port south of the Sea of ​​Azov. Donetsk separatists have announced the establishment of two corridors to evacuate civilians from Mariupol. This increased the potential for large-scale attacks on the city.
According to Ukrainian authorities, Russian troops have blocked the port city of Kherson. Over the weekend, they attacked Octilka’s military camp and killed more than 70 Ukrainian soldiers, local leaders told Telegram. The total number killed in the conflict is unknown, but the attack has been sacrificed. According to UN Humanitarian Coordinator Martin Griffith, hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians lack drinking water, and bombardment and bombardment destroyed Ukrainian pipelines, power lines, and important utilities on Tuesday.