March 28, 2023

Russia-Ukraine War: Putin fired dozens of missiles, then Ukraine said – this is ‘New Year’s terror’

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Russia has fired dozens of missiles on Ukraine on New Year’s Eve!
Ukraine calls Russia’s attack New Year’s terror
At least 1 person reported dead in Putin’s attack

Kyiv. On the night of December 31, when the whole world was celebrating the New Year, Russian President Putin was firing missiles at Ukraine. Simultaneously, several explosions were heard in the capital Kyiv and elsewhere, within hours air raid sirens rang out across the country, as the sirens sounded, people in Kyiv chanted “Victory to Ukraine! Glory to the heroes!” Started raising slogans. There is news of 1 death in Russia’s attack on the occasion of New Year.

According to Reuters, the mayor of Kyiv, Vitali Klitschko, said that there were several explosions in the capital Kyiv, in which there was at least one death. A hotel has also been damaged. At the same time, the military administration of the city of Kyiv says that 23 air weapons of Russia have been destroyed. Let us tell you that the attack from the Russian side happened minutes after the New Year message of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, as Zelensky wished victory for his country in the war.

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Two days before this, Russia had rained 100 missiles on Ukraine. More than 20 cruise missiles were fired into Ukraine on Saturday, in what Ukraine’s human rights ombudsman Dmytro Lubinets described as “New Year’s terror”. Kyiv city and region officials said on the Telegram messaging app that the air defense system was working. The governor of the Kyiv region, Oleksiy Kuleba, said the area was being attacked by drones, but it was not yet known how much damage had been done.

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