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A Russian missile hits an oil station in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine

A Russian missile hits an oil station in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine

Russia has resumed its attacks on the capital, Kiev, Ukraine, striking an oil depot (Photo: clones / social networks)

A Russian missile hit an oil station in Vasylkiv, the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, on Saturday evening (26/2), in a new series of attacks on its neighbor Eastern Europe. Another explosion was also recorded.

Journalist Christo Grosev declared that “tonight will be hell,” and reported that three convoys of nearly 500 tanks were approaching Kiev from different directions.

Earlier, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told the country’s state channel RT that Russian President Vladimir Putin had ordered a halt to the troops while seeking an agreement.

Also according to Peskov, Kiev “categorically” rejected the terms of Moscow And so the attack continued. “It was an attempt to force us to stop,” he said, without elaborating.

call for help

At a press conference in Brasilia, responsible for the Ukrainian Embassy, ​​Anatoly Tkach, Request for humanitarian aid and shipment of weaponsand protective equipment and fuel for the country.

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“Ukraine calls on the international community for solidarity, and we demand that it increase sanctions, isolate Russia in international forums, and support Ukraine with weapons, protective equipment and fuel,” he added.

He also noted that the Russian forces are incurring losses, confirming 3,500 deaths and 200 arrests. “But Ukraine is open to dialogue and is making all possible diplomatic efforts,” he said.

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