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Friday, February 25, 2022

Russia’s Invasion Of Ukraine Reaches Capital Kyiv As Ukraine Left Fighting Alone



 DURING THE LAUNCHED attacks on Ukraine, western allies, especially the United States headed by the US President Joe Biden called the attacked as “unjustified and unproved” while NATO general-secretary Jens Stoltenberg called this as a “brutal act of war”adding in solidarity with the Ukrainian people, prompting to fury and disapproval from the West and all over the world as fears grew by the largest and major attack in Europe. 

 

As dozens killed by Russian attacks unleashing airstrikes and armored vehicle on cities, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy declares full military mobilization called the citizens to fight and protect the state amidst the Russian invasion. 


In a press briefing delivered Thursday afternoon, Ukrainian President Volodymr Zelenskiy said “We are being attacked from north, south, east and west” as he cried for help on his western allies to ensure the defense of the state but, later on said “We have been left alone. I am staying in Kyiv with my people, as is my family. Ukraine stands alone,” he added.



The attack began in the morning of February 24, with airstrikes and explosion being heard in the capital of Kyiv, airport, houses and military bases, reporting missile blasts in many cities, including Kharkiv, Melitopol, Kramatorsk, Dnipro, Mariupol, Odesa, and Zaporizhzhya. In a conference delivered Thursday morning, Russia President Vladimir Putin gives a direct warning to all countries including the US and NATO allies to not hinder Russia or this could escalate to an even bigger conflict. According to reports, Melitopol City (537km from Kyiv, south eastern Ukraine), is taken by the Russian army as largest explosion seen at the Melitopol Air Base, northeast of the capital of Ukraine – Kyiv. With confirmed 137 deaths during the first day full invasion from Russia. According to Ukrainian government and United Nation at approximately 50,000 casualties might loss if Russia launch a full-scale and captured Ukraine.

 







By Joshua Marasigan, IFY Books

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