Russia is raining missiles on Ukraine

Russia-Ukraine war is going to be about nine months, but this war does not seem to stop. On Thursday once again Russia appeared as an aggressor on Ukraine. Russia once again rained missiles on Ukraine. According to officials, sounds of missile attacks were heard in many parts of Ukraine on Thursday. It also includes the southern coastal area of ​​Odessa. Apart from this, missiles were also fired from the Russian side in Zaporizhia along with the capital Kyiv.

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has once again given a statement on this matter, in which more than 80 missile attacks were fired targeting civilians and public infrastructure. "Cruelty" have condemned. He said that Russia has once again shown its vandalism and has proved false any claim of interest in peace. He also said that Poland’s investigation into where the missiles fell on its soil, "we have full support"and the UK will help conclude this. 

UK PM said this

On the discussion that the missiles falling in Poland can also come from Ukraine. On this, the Prime Minister of Britain said that Joe is trying to save himself. He cannot be blamed, only Russia is to blame. He spoke with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky along with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to express the full support of both countries. He said that we will stand with Ukraine in the face of Russia’s criminal aggression. 

Russia is targeting the Ukrainian cities of Odesa and Dnipro. Russian missiles in Ukraine hit the country’s southern Odessa region on Thursday for the first time in weeks. Earlier on Tuesday, Russia had fired several missiles in Ukraine. To which Britain’s Ministry of Defense said that Tuesday’s missile attack on Ukraine was the biggest one-day attack by Russia since the beginning of the war. 

On this matter, the US Ambassador to the United Nations has said that more than 90 missiles were fired on Ukraine. "a deliberate strategy" and an attempt by Russian President Vladimir Putin to bring Kyiv under control.

Two people died in Zaporizhia

Local officials said two people were killed in the late-night missile attack in the southeastern region of Zaporizhzhya, three people were wounded in the northeastern city of Kharkiv and three in Odesa, Reuters reported.

 Ukraine controls only 1% of Luhansk

Ukrainian forces control about 1% of territory in the eastern region of Luhansk, the RIA Novosti news agency said  citing Russian officials.

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