Lyshko said on Saturday that three children were also among the dead. It was not clear from his statement how many soldiers and civilians were among the casualties.
Outcry in Ukraine
Russia Ukraine War: Today is the third day of the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine. The attack from the Russian side continues. Attempts are being made to pressure Russia through sanctions and talks at the international level so that it immediately stops military action, but no solution has been found so far. Many cities of Ukraine have been destroyed in the attack. Meanwhile, Ukraine’s Health Minister Viktor Lyshko (Ukraine Health Minister Viktor Liashko) It has said that 198 people have been killed and more than 1000 people have been injured in the Russian attack. Lyshko said on Saturday that three children were also among the dead. It was not clear from his statement how many soldiers and civilians were among the casualties. Earlier on Thursday, a Russian offensive that began with massive air and missile strikes and military operations in Ukraine from the north, east and south injured 1,115 people, including 33 children, Lyshko said. Know 10 big updates related to this…
Apart from Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, the Russian army has wreaked havoc on the whole of Ukraine by airstrikes on many other cities and military bases of the country. Today is the third day of the ongoing war between the two countries. Russia launched an attack on Ukraine from Thursday.
Kiev Mayor Vitaly Klitschko said a missile hit a high-rise building on the south-west outskirts of Kiev near Julianne airport on Saturday. Natalia Balansinovich, the mayor of Vasilkiv, about 25 miles south of Kiev, said Russian air forces landed near the city at night and tried to seize the base. He said that Vasilkiev had a fierce fight on Central Street. He said that the Ukrainian army thwarted the Russian attacks and that the situation is now calm.
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The emergency meeting of the United Nations saw a series of scathing remarks against the Kremlin as Russia vetoed a proposal to withdraw its troops. 11 countries supported the resolution while India, China and the United Arab Emirates abstained from voting. India said that dialogue is the only way to settle differences and disputes.
While America has refused to send troops, the President of Ukraine said that weapons are going to come from France.