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Due to the Russian bombing .. Displacement from Irbin in the vicinity of Kiev

The Russian bombing has led to the displacement of most of the residents of the city of Irbin in the vicinity of Kiev in safer places inside the capital, due to the continuous Russian bombing of thearea.

The bombing resulted in property damage and a near-continuous power outage, according to the Al-Arabiya / Al-Hadath correspondent, who indicated that the vehicles were damaged by the missiles.

He said a small number of residents remained in the area, noting that they are looking for ways out of the city.

And Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky confirmed on Saturday that Russia has fired 36 missiles in a heavy attack on Kiev, while his deputy, Kirilo Tymoshenko, claimed that more than one million homes in Ukraine were without electricity due to the Russian attacks on energy plants in all over the nation.

Zelensky’s comments came as new Russian attacks on Saturday targeted energy infrastructure in western Ukraine, with officials in several regions of the war-torn country that reported power outages.

Since Monday, Kiev has been the subject of repeated attacks by Russian drones and missile attacks, which have killed many people and in in particular, they targeted energy infrastructures.

Intensify the attacks

Interestingly, Russian forces have intensified their attacks on Ukrainian lands since last week, in particular in Kiev, in what was considered a response to the attack on the Crimean bridge, which connects the Russian mainland to the peninsula that Russia annexed in 2014.

These attacks also came after the Russian army stumbled in the north and east of the country, and also in the regions of southern Ukraine, in the face of the counterattack launched by the Ukrainian forces weeks ago to recover dozens of areas that were in the hands of the Russians for months, it refreshes a little and the pace of its progress.

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