17 people killed in Russian invasion of Ukraine, when will this war end
17 people killed in Russian invasion of Ukraine, when will this war end

Russian attacks on Ukrainian cities are still occurring. It targeted the city of Chernihiv in northern Ukraine on Wednesday. At least 17 civilians lost their lives and more than 60 were injured in the missile attack, including 3 children. Civilian structures and hospitals are being damaged in the attack.

Hours after the attack, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky appealed to Western countries to supply arms so that Russia could respond. Chernihiv's acting mayor, Oleksandr Lomeko, said that after 9 am on Wednesday, there were three powerful explosions in a busy area of ​​the city. Due to this a multi-storey building collapsed.

He has said that it is unfortunate that Russia is not desisting from taking terrorist actions against civilians and civilian structures. Interior Minister Ihor Klimenko wrote on the Telegram app that rescue operations were underway. Apart from the loss of lives, four multi-storey buildings, a hospital, an educational institution and a dozen cars have been damaged in the attack.

Continuing his point, he said that Russia has also used 3 Iskander cruise missiles in the attack. At the same time, Russia has denied attacks on civilians and civilian structures. Russia is continuously targeting Ukraine's air defense. Ukraine is unable to receive significant funds from the US because Republicans in Congress have blocked it for months. At the same time, the European Union has failed to supply weapons on time.

We have no missiles left: Zelensky: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, reports say, in an interview with PBS NewsHour said that we could not repel Russia's recent air attacks on our power plants because we have no missiles left. There are no more missiles left. He also said that Russia had fired 11 missiles targeting the Trypilska power plant. We destroyed the first 7 missiles, but the subsequent missiles completely destroyed the plant.

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