March 28, 2023

Russia fires S-300 missiles at Kharkiv, at least 3 people injured – News18 Hindi

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Russia attacked Kharkiv with S-300 missiles
Russian attack injures at least 3 civilians in Kharkiv
Ukrainian President Zelensky says the situation on the frontline is very difficult

Kyiv: The Russia-Ukraine War, which has been going on since February last year, has attracted the attention of the whole world. Russia has created a terrible devastation on the land of Ukraine. Russia attacked Kharkiv with S-300 missiles on Sunday. One of the missiles hit a residential area in the city center, injuring at least three civilians, according to Oleh Syniehubov, the head of Kharkiv Oblast.

On the other hand, according to the report of Kyiv Independent, on February 4, 5 were killed in 7 areas in Ukraine due to Russian attacks. This was informed by Regional Governor Pavlo Kirilenko. The war caused more than 18,483 civilian casualties in Ukraine.

According to the United Nations Human Rights Agency, at least 7,068 civilians were killed and at least 11,415 were injured in Russia’s war against Ukraine from 24 February to 22 January. The agency pointed out that the actual figure is expected to be much higher as information from areas of ongoing hostilities is delayed, and many reports of civilian casualties still need to be confirmed.

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Ukrainian President Zelensky says that the situation on the frontline is very difficult. During the 346 days of the war, ‘I have often had to say that the situation on the front is dire. Now again that time has come when the occupiers are deploying more and more of their army on our territories. At the same time, Ukraine claimed last month that the possibility of second mobilization in the war has increased. In the midst of continuous defeat in Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin is soon going to recruit 5 lakh new soldiers in his army. Due to which it has become a fear that Russia may launch a major attack on Ukraine again.

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