Four people have been killed in a Russian drone attack on a school in the town of Romny as kyiv’s counter-offensive advances in the south.
Four people have been killed in a Russian drone attack on a school in the town of Romny, in the northeastern region of Sumy.
The building has been destroyed. Earlier, a Danube port in the Odessa region had been attacked by a drone, severely damaging grain facilities.
The Russian Defense Ministry does not acknowledge any of these attacks in its daily report.
For its part, the Ukrainian military claims it managed to destroy one of Russia’s key S-400 missile defense systems in Crimea in what it says is a “painful blow” to Russian forces amid counter-offensive operations.
“We are advancing. It is very difficult for us because there are thousands of mines. This is what Russia leaves behind. The most important thing is the trends that the military communicates to me every day: we are constantly advancing, little by little, but in the right direction.” , explained Volodimir Zelensky, President of Ukraine.
Since his virtual participation in the BRICS summit, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said: “Russia had decided to support the people who were fighting for their culture, for their traditions, for their language, for their future. Our actions in Ukraine they are dictated by only one thing, which is to end the war waged by the West and its proxies in Ukraine against the people living in Donbas.”
Meanwhile, Moscow has faced another drone attack, for the sixth day in a row. This time a drone hit a building in the center of the city of Moscow, another exploded near the skyscraper area. Russian authorities claim that no one was injured.
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