Russia-Ukraine War: Russian missile bombarded in Ukraine, Zelensky said: will avenge atrocities

Publish Date: 18 Nov, 2022 |
 

Russia once again bombarded Ukraine with missiles on Thursday. Also carried out sharp attacks in the eastern part of Ukraine. These were the biggest offensive by Russian forces since leaving the city of Kherson last week. Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky has said that Russia will be punished for all its atrocities. The capital of Kyiv, the second largest city of Kharkiv, the port city of Odesa, the central Ukrainian cities of Dnipro and Zaporizhia were targeted in the latest missile attacks.

Rishi Sunak gives statement

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has once again made a statement on this matter, condemning the "brutality" of more than 80 missile attacks targeting civilians and public infrastructure. He said that Russia has once again shown its vandalism and has proved false any claim of interest in peace. He also said that "we have our full support" for Poland's investigation into where the missiles fell on its soil, and that the UK would help bring it to a conclusion. 

Odessa’s governor comments on the attack

According to the governor of Odessa, Maxim Marchenko, there is a continuous missile attack by Russia. It has also been feared that Russia is going to launch this missile attack on a large scale in the coming days. In such a situation, in the areas of Ukraine where peace was being seen for the last few days, the situation may worsen again. 

The great thing is that there was a situation of peace in Odessa also for a few months, there was no news of Russian attacks. But now suddenly Russia has again targeted this area of Ukraine. Under which strategy this has been done, it is not clear yet.

 

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