Russia fires missiles on Ukraine, argues in UNSC over attack

Moscow: The Ukraine-Russia war has now officially begun. Russia has carried out explosions in different parts of Ukraine, including the capital Kyiv. It is being told that Kyiv has been attacked by Russia with cruise and ballistic missiles. Apart from Kyiv, explosions also took place in the town of Kharkiv. Earlier on Thursday morning, there were five blasts in Donetsk.

Donetsk, which has 5 blasts, is one of the two cities that Russia has recognized as the new country. The series of explosions began when Russian President Vladimir Putin announced military action against Ukraine, with Russian President Vladimir Putin saying the Ukraine-Russia war could not be avoided. That's why Russia is starting a special military operation. Its goal is to de-counterfeit Ukraine. Putin has asked Ukraine's military to lay down arms and return home.

The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) is also meeting amid Russia's attack. Russia's representative said, "The special operation that Putin has announced is to save the people of Ukraine who had been suffering for years. We want to stop the genocide in Ukraine. Whatever decisions have been taken are in accordance with Article 51 of the UN Charter. We're monitoring the situation."

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