Russia-Ukraine War: Russia attacks Ukraine, painful death of 11 people, America said…
Russia-Ukraine War: The Russia-Ukraine War is at its peak. Russia is aggressively attacking Ukraine. Russia once again launched a missile attack on Ukraine. 11 people died in this attack while many are injured. America has condemned this attack on Russia.
- Russia launches missile attack on Ukraine
- 11 killed, and many were injured in the attack
- US condemns Russia’s missile attack
Kyiv: The Russia-Ukraine War has become fierce. Despite the efforts of many countries, the war could not be stopped. Russia has now increased the missile attack on Ukraine. About 11 people died in the Russian missile attack on Ukraine on Thursday. According to the report of ANI, CNN told that 11 people were also injured in this attack. The condition of many of them remains critical.
Army spokesman Alexander Khorundzhi said in a statement that the residential area of Kyiv suffered the most damage. It was told that after the attack, about 100 rescuers are involved in the rescue process. America has condemned Russia’s missile attack. The US State Department condemned the attack on Ukraine in a routine briefing on Thursday and expressed sympathy for all those who were injured.
35 buildings were damaged in the attack,
US State Department Deputy Spokesman Vedant Patel said that “As you all have seen, Russia has fired more missiles in Ukraine. On behalf of the United States, I would like to express our sympathy to all those affected and our condolences to the families of those killed in the attack.”
The attack came after the US and Germany agreed to provide battle tanks to Ukraine amid the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. Russia’s missile attacks damaged 35 buildings and caught fire at two places. The missile attack has damaged 11 regions across Ukraine. It was told that the maximum damage has happened in the Kyiv region.
Missile attack kills 30
Last week, about 30 people were killed in an apartment block in the city of Dnipro after it was hit by Russian missiles. Natalia Babachenko, the advisor to the regional governor, told that so far 30 people have been confirmed dead and more than 30 people have been admitted to the hospital, out of which 12 are in serious condition. He further estimated that 30 to 40 people may still be trapped under the debris.