On February 21, 2022, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the recognition of the separatist areas of Donetsk and Luhansk, and a short time later sent troops to eastern Ukraine. Soon it will be a year – and on the anniversary of the war, Moscow would like to be able to boast about its successes at the front.
Moscow’s anticipated new offensive is certainly underway in eastern Ukraine. This was confirmed by Donetsk Governor Pavlo Krylenko on Ukrainian television.
The cities of Bakhmut, Avdijwka and Wuhledar, which had previously been hit hard by the war, were particularly affected. The enemy’s forces and resources would escalate there with daily intensity.
Zaporizhia reports the heaviest airstrike since the beginning of the invasion
During the night, Russia again launched attacks on critical infrastructure in Ukraine. At least 17 rockets fell in the city of Zaporizhia within an hour, according to authorities. It was the heaviest air strike since the Russian invasion began almost a year ago.
Air raid sirens blared all over the country. Explosions were also heard in the capital Kiev and the surrounding area. The population was asked to go to shelters. Because the danger of new attacks is very high.
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