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Latest Report On Russia – Ukraine Invasion And Putin Response

As Russia invaded Ukraine at the wee hours of Thursday, 24th February 2022, many negative results have emerged. The Russia – Ukraine invasion may bring a heavy aftermath to the entire world.

Ukraine is a very small country in both technology and development to march Russia in this type of war .

Vladimir Putin will remain in history for declaring unprovoked war on Ukraine despite plea from many world leaders. And this shows that no country is safe with Russia.

Below are the latest updates on the Russia – Ukraine invasion.

Late Thursday, Ukrainian President has ordered a General Military Mobilization. He called on conscripts and reservists and banned all males aged 18-60 from leaving the country.

Report from Ukraine’s military says it has destroyed 30 tanks, 5 planes and 6 helicopters belonging to Russia in first day of Russia invasion.

However, there was problem for Russian air assault at Gostomel military airfield near Kyiv.

The 4th Rapid Response Brigade UAF counterattacked, decimating Russian paratroopers and retaking the airbase.

As a result of this, more than 200 Russian VDV were killed while the survivors are being hunted in the forest of Ukraine.

Nevertheless, Kharkiv has been under heavy bombardment but Russian ground offensive was halted at the outskirts. Russia failed to take the city within 24 hours as ordered by president Vladimir Putin.

On the other hand, a statement from Russian president, Vladimir Putin reads as follows:

The old treaties and agreements are no longer effective. Entreaties and requests do not help,”

This was said by president of Russia, Vladimir Putin at a nationally up televised address.

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