Russia-Ukraine war: On Monday, Russia fired more than 150 missiles at Ukraine, Zelensky said – we are giving a befitting reply to the Russian army


The war between Russia and Ukraine, which started on February 24, has been going on for 5 months, but it does not seem to be ending or any solution on it. Ukrainian military officials said on Monday Russian troops fired more than 150 missiles into the Sumy region.

Russia started firing from around 11:30 in the morning. It is not yet known how many people have been injured in this. The Ukraine Air Force said that Russia has fired more than 3000 missiles since the start of the war on 24 February.

President Zelensky said that we are giving tough competition to Russia
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky says that Ukrainian army is giving tough competition to Russia on the battlefield. The president issued a video message saying that the influx of Western weapons is changing the situation on the battlefield. The Ukrainian army is now evacuating areas occupied by Russian forces. At the same time, capturing new areas of the Russian army is also a challenge.

The Ukrainian army gave a tough fight to the Russian troops in Sloviask and Bakhmut. This made the Russian soldiers laborers to retreat. The General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces gave this information on Monday evening. Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba says that if Belarusian forces cross the Ukrainian border, it will break diplomatic ties with Belarus.

Turkish President Threatens Sweden and Finland
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoan has once again threatened to freeze Sweden and Finland’s membership process for NATO. He said that we started the process of granting NATO membership to Sweden and Finland with certain conditions. If these countries do not meet our conditions, we will stop the membership process.

Turkey’s Bayraktar drone maker has refused supplies to Russia. He made it clear that we stand in support of Ukraine. We have never and will never supply our products to Russia.


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