Today, Wednesday, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said that Russia is struggling to advance and suffers heavy losses, stressing that this is the reason for its missile attacks. in all over the country.
Kuleba called on his Twitter account to impose more sanctions on Russia and supply heavier weapons to Ukraine, saying: “Russia must be punished for missile terrorism.”
He added: “We are not afraid and the world should not be afraid either.”
Kuleba’s comments come as Russian forces first launched a tank and infantry attack on the steel mills in Azovstal, the last enclave of Ukrainian resistance in the southeastern city of Mariupol.
Russia struggles to advance and suffers terrible losses. So the desperate missile terror in all of Ukraine. But we are not afraid and the world should don’t be afraid either. More penalties on Russia. Heavier weapons for Ukraine. Russian missile terrorism must be punished.
– Dmytro Kuleba (@DmytroKuleba) May 4, 2022
So far, Russian forces have bombed from aircraft and marine steel mills whose tunnels date back to World War II, and fighters and civilians have sought refuge in they, deprived of water, food and medicine, without attempting to enter.
Kiev, Odessa, Donetsk and Lviv are under fire
On the ground, Russian forces continued their offensive in eastern Ukraine on Tuesday. The chief of staff of the Ukrainian forces claimed that the Russian forces fired missiles in several regions of the country, including Kiev, Odessa, Donetsk and Lviv, with the aim of “destroying the transport infrastructure in Ukraine”.
The Ukrainian general staff added this morning, Wednesday, that in the Donetsk region alone, where Russia has concentrated its attacks for days, 12 Russian attacks have been repelled in the past 24 hours.
Dozens of dead and wounded in Donetsk
Twenty-one civilians were killed and another 27 injured in the Donetsk region on Tuesday in the largest daily toll since the attack on Kramatorsk station, which killed 57 people, the region’s governor Pavlo Kirilenko said on Telegram.
In addition, ten of the people killed were killed in a raid in one factory in Avdiivka and five in Lyman, one of the hotspots in first line.
In the south, the large city of Odessa has once again become a target for Russian missiles.
Interestingly, the Russian Defense Ministry confirmed today that it bombed 6 railways used to supply the Ukrainian army with Western weapons, as well as bombing 40 Ukrainian military targets, including ammunition depots, as well as shooting down 9 Ukrainian marches. , and 4 Smirch missiles.
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