“The more casualties from the Russian occupiers, the faster the Ukrainians will liberate their land.” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said this in his usual evening video address. “The Ukrainian armed forces today will not leave unanswered the Russian bombing of the Dnipropetrovsk region, in which 13 people were killed,” he added. The conflict appears to represent an escalation in Crimea, with sources in Kyiv talking about the destruction of nine Moscow warplanes in the attack on the Russian base.
Kyiv: “9 Russian warplanes were destroyed in Crimea”
Ukraine – Reuters reports – Allegations of the destruction of nine Moscow warplanes in a series of attacks on Russia’s Saki base in Crimea, the region militarily occupied since 2014. Russia denied damage, but satellite images will show the effects of the attack. On the other hand, Kyiv did not officially claim responsibility for the raid.
Zelensky: “The more losses Russia incurs, the faster the war will go”
“When will the war end? It all depends on Russia’s losses. The more the Russians suffer, the sooner we will liberate our land and ensure the security of Ukraine.” These are the words of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in his evening address to the nation. He added: “If the approximately 43,000 Russian soldiers do not convince Moscow to find a way out of the war, more fighting is needed.”
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