British Defense Ministry’s warning – Russia may intensify attacks on civilians in Ukraine

Russia-Ukraine War: The ongoing war between Ukraine and Russia has passed a long gap. In this war that has been going on for more than six months, Ukraine has given a tough fight to Russia and has captured many areas including Kharkiv occupied by Russian troops. But these parts are badly devastated. After this defeat, Russia can now become more aggressive. The British Defense Ministry has warned that Russia may now increase its attacks on civilian targets in Ukraine as it faces a battlefield defeat.

The ministry said in an online briefing, "In the past seven days, Russia has sharpened its focus on civilian infrastructure, now that it can strike civilian targets as well. He will no longer see any kind of logic. It has faced setbacks in the past few days in the attack by Ukrainian troops, now Russia will attack those places which will directly succeed in undermining the morale of the people of Ukraine and the government there."

At the same time, the Institute for the Study of War, a Washington-based think tank, said that Russian forces can now attack villages in Donetsk. 

Russia did Attacks on Ukrainian civilians

The regional governor of the city of Mykolaiv, Vitaly Kim, said overnight shelling took place at a hospital in the city of Mykolaiv, a Black Sea port. He said there was shelling in other parts of the region as well, in which two people were injured.

The regional governor of the city of Nikopol, Valentin Reznichenko, said three people were injured in the night-time shelling in the city of Nikopol. who live across the river from Europe’s largest nuclear power station.

In March the Russian military captured the European nuclear plant Zaporizhzhia, which is operated by Ukrainian engineers. Its previous reactor was shut down a week ago after repeated power outages because shelling threatened critical security systems.

In the Kharkiv region, according to Kharkiv regional governor Oleh Sinihubov, Three people, including an 11-year-old girl, were killed in rocket attacks in the past, where a Ukrainian retaliation has forced Russian troops to retreat largely from much of the region.

Governor of Donetsk region Pavlo Kirilenko said five people had been killed the previous day in Russian attacks in the region.

Separatist forces controlling Donetsk claimed Sunday A Russian and Ukrainian shelling in Olenivka killed one prisoner and wounded four.

The attack on Olenivka prison in July is reported to have killed more than 50 prisoners, for which Russian and Ukrainian officials have been blaming each other.

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