Today is the seventh day of Russia-Ukraine War: Russian army is moving towards Kyiv, attacks in Kharkiv also intensified
Russia-Ukraine War: Today, on the seventh day of the war, Russian paratroopers have landed in Kharkiv and attacked the army medical center. Ukraine’s army is also resolutely responding to Russian attacks.
Russia-Ukraine War: Today is the seventh day of the war between Russia and Ukraine. A 40-mile-long convoy of Russian tanks and other vehicles is slowly moving towards Kyiv. At the same time, Russia’s attack has intensified in Kharkiv, another city of Ukraine. Russian paratroopers have landed in Kharkiv and attacked the army medical center. The army of Ukraine is also resolutely responding to Russian attacks. About three million people live in Kyiv, the capital of the country.
Russian paratroopers targeted the hospital
Bombing by the Russian army in Kyiv and Kharkiv has also intensified. Russian paratroopers have landed in Kharkiv this morning, who have targeted the hospital. At present, there is firing going on. On the other hand, the Russian army has also captured two bases, port and railway station in the southern city of Kherson. A video posted online showed explosions in Soviet-era administrative buildings and residential areas in the region’s strategic Kharkiv, with a population of about 1.5 million.
Death of Russian Colonel Viktor Isaikin
Western countries fear it is an attempt to establish pro-Russian power by overthrowing the Ukrainian government of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Amidst Russian attacks, the head of the Mordovian Republic of Russia, Artem Zdunov, has informed about the death of Russian Colonel Viktor Isaikin. Zdunov said that Colonel Isaikin was sent to Ukraine on a “military assignment”.
Let us tell you that the Russian army intensified its attack on densely populated urban areas of Ukraine late night and bombed Kyiv’s main TV tower, which the Ukrainian president called a “terror”. Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky said after the bloodshed at Freedom Square in Kharkiv, “No one will forget this. No one will forgive this.”
Russia was further isolated on the sixth day of the war
Russia was further isolated on the sixth day of the largest war in Europe since World War II. To damage Russia’s economy, strict sanctions have been imposed on it and the country has only a few friends like China, Belarus and North Korea. The number of people killed in the war in Ukraine is not yet clear. A senior Western intelligence official estimated that more than 5,000 Russian forces were either imprisoned or killed. There is no information yet on the damage caused to the Ukrainian forces.