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Russia Strikes Ukraine, Zelensky: The Battlefield Will Hurt The Enemy More

Banaspati -- Russia launched its largest airstrike in several Ukrainian cities, Monday, October 10, 2022, forcing several thousand people to move toward bomb shelters and moving Kyiv to strengthen its armed forces with the United States ready to send additional great air defense mechanisms.

Missiles hit several cities across Ukraine on Monday morning, killing 12 people and injuring many other civilians. Bullets swirled above the sky before tearing apart buildings, crosses, parks, and recreational sites.

The blasts were said to have occurred in Kyiv, Lviv, Ternopil, and Zhytomyr in western Ukraine, Dnipro and Kremenchuk in the middle, Zaporizhzhia in the south, and Kharkiv in the east, Ukrainian officials said.

The series of several dozen cruise missiles fired from the air, sea, and land are the most extensive waves of air strikes that have hit from the front lines, at least since its initial shooting on the day of the beginning of the war, February 24, 2022.

Russian President Vladimir Putin ruled a "large" long-distance onslaught after an explosion on a bridge connecting Russia to the annexed Crimean peninsula over the weekend and posed the threat of more onslaught in the future if Ukraine beats Russian territory.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky spoke with U.S. President Joe Biden on Monday and wrote in a Later Telegram that air defense is "the number 1 focus in our defense cooperation."

"We will do everything we can to strengthen our armed forces," he said in a speech Monday night. "We will make the battlefield even more painful for the opponent."

Biden explained to Zelensky that the US would provide a great air defense mechanism. The Pentagon explained on Sept. 27 that its faction began sending advanced Surface-to-Air Missile Mechanisms for the next 2 months or so.

Moscow's onslaught resulted in several thousand Ukrainians vying to fill the shelter when the air strike alarm made a sound.

Zelensky explained that 12 people died and several higher-ups had already given reports of several injuries after the onslaught.

The onslaught was carried out to kill people and shut down Ukraine's power grid, he said. First, his minister reported 11 specific infrastructure targets hit by the onslaught in eight areas, leaving parts of the country without electricity, water, or heat.

While trying to end the outage, Ukraine halted electricity exports to the European Union, at a time when the continent has faced rising electricity prices that have spurred inflation, hampered industrial activity, and resulted in high customer bills.

The president of the United Arab Emirates, a member of the ranks of oil producers known as OPEC+ who dismissed US wishes by announcing sharp cuts last week, will travel to Russia on Tuesday to meet with Putin and move the "military de-escalation". ", the UAE country information office WAM provided a report.

The Kremlin's onslaught came 3 days after an explosion destroyed a bridge it made after it seized Crimea in 2014. Russia blamed Ukraine and called the deadly explosion "terrorism".

"Leaving such treatment without a response is impossible," Putin said, alleging another onslaught was not set on Russia's energy infrastructure.

Ukraine, which sees the bridge as a military target supporting Russia's war efforts, celebrated the blast without admitting responsibility.

With troops in a week-long slump on the battlefield, Russia's ruling faction is already facing constant first-time public criticism inside the war house, with observers on government TV demanding tougher treatment.

Since the beginning of September, Ukrainian troops have broken through the front line and recaptured some areas.

Putin responded by ordering the deployment of several hundred thousand reserve troops, saying annexation of citizen areas and repeatedly posing threats of using nuclear weapons.

On Saturday, Russia's Defense Ministry appointed General Sergei Surovikin, who earned flattery in Syria, as commander of Russian forces in Ukraine. Russia's air campaign in Syria helped the government undermine its enemies.

Russia said it was smoothing a "special military operation" in Ukraine to remove nationalist groups and make protections of Russian-speaking communes. Ukraine and the West visualized Russia's treatment as an uninterguous invasion war.

84 Russian Missile Strike

Monday's explosion tore through a large crater next to a children's playground in one of the busiest parks in the urban center of Kyiv. Some of the rest of the missiles were visibly buried, smoking in the mud. More and more shootings beat the capital back in the morning.

Ukraine's defense ministry explained that in its evening refinement, Russia has launched a minimum of 84 missiles and air strikes, and Ukrainian air defenses have damaged 43 cruise missiles and 13 unmanned aircraft.

The Russian defense ministry explained that it had achieved all the targets aimed at it.

First Ukrainian Minister Denys Shmyhal promised to restore the utility as tightly as possible.

In another possible sign of an escalation, Putin's closest ally, President Alexander Lukashenko of Belarus, explained he had already ordered troops to be expelled along with Russian forces near Ukraine, which he accused of planning an onslaught on Belarus with its Western sympathizers.

Russia used Belarus as a performance venue at the start of the war but Lukashenko has not sent his troops to the battlefield.

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