Home TRENDING Kiev TV tower struck by russian precision strike

Kiev TV tower struck by russian precision strike

On Thursday, Ukraine’s State Emergencies Service said that a blast hit the TV Tower in Lutsk, and army depots around the country were on fire. The fire spread through ammunition storage in the village of Olshanitsa in the Kiev Region and two army depots in the Dnepropetrovsk Region, according to data released on the Emergencies Service’s Telegram channel. Army depots in the Poltava and Cherkasy Regions, as well as a fuel and lubricants depot in a military garrison in the Khmelnitsky region, were also on fire.

Fires were reported at military formations in the Vinnitsa and Kiev regions, according to the Ukrainian Emergencies Service. According to the report, a shell landed on the property of a weapons facility in the Zhitomir Region. Military formations were also shelled in the Lvov region and Ivano-Frankovsk, according to the report. It was reported that seven houses in Mariupol were on fire. Ukraine’s State Emergencies Service announced earlier on Thursday that its website had been temporarily disabled “due to a cyber-threat,” and that all operational information will be shared via social media.
In a televised address on Thursday morning, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that in response to a request from the leaders of the Donbass republics, he had decided to launch a special military operation to protect people “who have been subjected to abuse and genocide by the Kiev regime for eight years.” The Russian president stated emphatically that Moscow had no intention of invading Ukrainian territory. Later on Thursday, Russia’s Defense Ministry stated that Russian troops were not carrying out strikes against Ukrainian cities. Precision weapons were being used to destroy Ukrainian military facilities, according to the report.
Facebook Comments Box

Previous articleEven if I die, don’t take me to Azimio – Moses Kuria
Next article‘They used the vacuum bomb today. The devastation that Russia is trying to inflict on Ukraine is large,’ Ukraine’s ambassador to the U.S. said