Ukraine retaliates against Russia, conducts airstrikes on Russian city
The Russia-Ukraine war has been dragging on for a long time. The Russian military is increasing its attacks on Ukraine. Today is the 37th day of the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine.
Moscow: The Russia-Ukraine war has been dragging on for a long time. The Russian military is increasing its attacks on Ukraine. Today is the 37th day of the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine.
Despite severe criticism at the international level, Russia is still not ready to back down from its military campaign against Ukraine.
However, despite being no match for Russia’s military might, Ukraine is still trying its best to fight the Russian Juggernaut.
As the Russian military enters major cities during its ongoing invasion of Ukraine, it is facing fierce resistance from Ukrainian forces in densely built urban areas.
Both sides have sustained heavy losses as intense fighting continues
.The Russian army has surrounded all the major cities in Ukraine. Big cities like Mariupol, Kyiv, Kharkiv, Chernihiv and Odessa are facing daily barrages of missiles and bombs by Russian forces.
Meanwhile, Ukraine has also retaliated. The governor of Russia’s western city of Belgorod says that on Friday, two helicopters from Ukraine carried out an airstrike on their oil depot. Two people were injured in this attack.
The cities of Ukraine have been ruined in the war that has been going on for more than a month. So far 153 children have died in the Russian attack on Ukraine, while more than 245 children have been injured.
According to Ukraine’s State Emergency Service, 24 people have been killed so far in the Russian missile attack on the administrative building of Mykolaiv. According to officials, 23 bodies have been recovered so far. At the same time, one person died in the hospital.
Russian soldiers withdraw from Chernobyl, take Ukrainian soldiers hostage
Russian troops on Tuesday evacuated Ukraine’s Chernobyl nuclear power plant after weeks of occupation, but took the captive Ukrainian soldiers with them, officials in Kyiv said.
Ukraine’s state nuclear agency Energoatom quoted plant workers in a statement on Telegram as saying, “As they fled the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, Russian occupiers took alonng with them members of the National Guard, whom they had taken hostage on February 24.”
It was not clear how many Ukrainian soldiers had been taken.
Earlier a government body in charge of the Chernobyl exclusion zone said all Russian troops had left.
“There are no outsiders in the area of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant anymore,” the agency said on Facebook.