The missiles Resolution is exhausted. army Russian President Vladimir Putin Therefore “forced” to fire missiles cold War. Missiles designed to carry nuclear warheads. The warning comes from the Ukrainian Defense Ministry that the five-and-a-half-ton missiles, designed to target aircraft carriers, are causing “significant collateral damage and civilian casualties” to the troops. Ukrainian in the area Donbass.
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“When used in a ground attack role with a conventional warhead, it is extremely inaccurate and can, therefore, cause significant collateral damage and civilian casualties,” the ministry said. An alarm that comes in the days when Russian forces focus their efforts on controlling the region in eastern Ukraine.
Al-Fath Severodonetsk It is currently the main target of the Russian forces. The city is one of the last regions of the Lugansk region still under Ukrainian control, and its fall, according to experts, will allow the Kremlin to establish control over the entire region that, together with the Donetsk region, constitutes the Donbass region. A Russian raid has caused a massive fire at an Azot chemical plant in the disputed city in eastern Ukraine. The governor of Lugansk region, Serhiy Gaidai, said the fire broke out after tons of crude oil spilled. For hours they tried to put out the fire, and in the evening more than 800 civilians and soldiers who had taken refuge inside the compound began to leave the compound. Rodion Miroshnik, Ambassador of the Lugansk People’s Republic, said, “The exit is from Gate No. 2 of the chemical plant. That gate is not under the control of the militants. People are rescued by the Allied forces.” Miroshnik reported that the remaining Ukrainian forces control some buildings near Gate No. 1 and that There is a periodic exchange of firearms.