It has been more than four months since the war between Russia and Ukraine, but the war is not taking its name to stop. Despite the loss of thousands of lives, Russia is not ready to back down in any way. The attacks of Russian troops continue as before.
On the intervening night of Thursday-Friday, Russian troops targeted a 9-storey building in Ukraine’s Odessa Oblast, killing 10 people and injuring more than seven. According to media reports, Russian soldiers fired missiles at the building. Rescue operation is going on there after the attack. The death toll may rise.
Earlier on June 27, Russia fired a missile at a central mall in Ukraine, killing 18 civilians. After the attack, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called Russian President Putin a terrorist.
Russia intensifies attacks in Lisichansk On
the 127th day of the war, the Russian army intensified attacks in a Ukrainian city of Lisichansk, after which the situation there worsened. This information was given by the governor of Lugansk, Sergei Gede, on Thursday. Speaking to local media, the governor said Russian shelling made it difficult for civilians to leave.
According to Sergei, the Russian army is moving towards Lisichansk from different directions. A day earlier, on Wednesday, Russian forces attacked a building in the southern Ukrainian city of Mykolaiv. 2 Ukrainian civilians were killed in the attack, 3 were injured.
Russia’s tough on Sweden-Finland joining
NATO: Russian President Vladimir Putin has reacted to Sweden and Finland taking another step towards joining NATO. Putin said that if Finland and Sweden join NATO, there will be no problems like Ukraine.
The Russian President said that if both countries want to join NATO, then we welcome them, but if both countries join NATO, then there will be some tension in our relations. However, a few days ago, Putin said that if Finland and Sweden deployed weapons near the Russian border, they would be given a befitting reply.
Indeed, on Tuesday, US President Joe Biden said that NATO is proud to invite Finland and Sweden to become members. He said- Sweden and Finland’s decision to join NATO is going to make us even stronger.
During the war near Snake Island then Ukraine,
this was the first time that Russia had left any place in Ukraine of its own free will. However, Ukraine, on the other hand, is claiming that its army has forced the Russian army to flee from this island. Snake Island, located in the Black Sea between Russia and Ukraine, is very important from a strategic point of view.
Ukraine’s agricultural products and wheat are exported from close to this island. Russia’s Defense Ministry said – We have decided to leave this place on humanitarian grounds. This island is also called Jiminy Island.
Putin hits back at Boris Johnson
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday responded to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s joke. Hitting back at Johnson, Putin said that it would be a bigger joke to see Johnson shirtless than me. Putin, who arrived in Turkmenistan, said that Western leaders who criticize me in favor of Ukraine, indulge in alcoholism and do not pay attention to fitness.