At least 14 dead from missile rain on Kiev, 98 miners trapped by bombs. Zakharova and Medvedev on the wanted list. Ukraine stops electricity to the EU. Russian cyberattacks on American airports. Gazprom: 'In 2015 NATO explosives found on Nord Stream'The Ukrainian capital devastated by Russian attacks Photo Video
The toll of yesterday's massive Russian attack on Kiev was devastating: 83 missiles fell on the city, causing at least 14 deaths and almost a hundred injuries. And 98 miners were trapped by the bombing. The UN condemns the escalation and Volodymyr Zelensky thunders: 'Russia wants to take us back to Hitler's times'. Joe Biden ensures the dispatch of advanced air defense systems. But Moscow replies: 'The more the United States encourages Ukraine, the more difficult it will be to find a solution'. Dmitri Medvedev and Maria Zakharova are also on the wanted list by Kiev's 007s. Russian hackers launch cyberattacks on American airports. Kiev blocks the export of electricity to the EU. And Gazprom reveals: 'In 2015 explosives attributable to NATO were found on Nord Stream'. - Photo | video 1 | video 2 | video 3Kiev, the song of the Ukrainian refugees in the subway after the Russian attacks Kiev, the song of the Ukrainian refugees in the subway after the Russian attacks
KIEV THE DAY AFTER - The day after the fire rained down on Ukraine in eight regions, part of the population is without electricity. The governor of the Kiev region, Oleksiy Kuleba, expects new attacks and tells of a missile that fell a few meters from his daughter's elementary school. To the Corriere della Sera he says: “It's Putin's cowardly way of telling us we are stronger. They only bombed civilian targets (twenty private houses) and vital infrastructure for the population, such as power plants. There are several dead and many wounded. No military targets. They bombed a small pedestrian bridge downtown. I wonder why'. The dead of the assault on the capital are at least 14 and 97 wounded. Explains the Ukrainian Interior Minister, Denys Monastyrskyi: “In reality, it is the second massive missile attack after February 24 and, probably, the largest bombing in history in terms of important energy infrastructures. Now it can be called energy terrorism, a continuation of nuclear terrorism and I am referring to the Zaporizhzhia plant, continuously bombed by the Russians”. The mayor of the capital, the former boxer Vitali Klitschko, writes on Telegram that at least 45 buildings have been damaged. But it was in the night that another alarm came: 98 miners were trapped underground due to a power outage caused by Russian bombing of Kryvyi Rih, in southern Ukraine. Kiev's 007s have also included the deputy president of the Security Council and former Russian head of state Dmitri Medvedev and the spokeswoman for the Kremlin's foreign ministry, Maria Zakharova, on the wanted list.
ALARM TO THE UN - The Ukrainian ambassador to the UN, Sergiy Kyslytsya, accuses Moscow of wanting to 'take us back to the 1930s, when Hitler destroyed countries with invasions and illegal referendums. Russia has proved once again that it is a terrorist state.' Zelensky wrote on Twitter of a telephone conversation he had with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau: “I underlined the importance of a strong G7 reaction to Russia's missile terrorism. Ukraine needs an air shield to protect civilians and sensitive infrastructure.' The same appeal addressed to Joe Biden. Then, in the usual video of the night he says: “Ukraine cannot be intimidated. But only more united. Ukraine cannot be stopped. But convinced even more that terrorists must be neutralized. The occupiers fail to oppose us on the battlefield and that is why they resort to terror. Well, let's make the battlefield even more painful for the enemy. And we will restore all that has been destroyed.” The US response comes quickly. First, on Twitter, from Secretary of State Antony Blinken: “I just spoke with Minister Kuleba to reiterate American support for Ukraine following the horrific Kremlin attacks this morning. We will continue to provide economic, humanitarian and security assistance so that Ukraine can defend itself and take care of its people.' Subsequently, Biden himself responded to the requests of the leader of Kiev, saying he was ready 'to continue to provide Ukraine with the support necessary to defend itself, including advanced air defense systems'. At the UN, before the debate on the condemnation of the annexation referendums, the secretary general Antonio Guterres denounced the Russian attacks as 'an unacceptable escalation of the war'. And for Emmanuel Macron, the attack on civilians in Kiev indicates a 'profound change in the nature of this war'.
THE REPLIC OF MOSCOW - But Moscow does not stop. The ambassador to the United Nations, Vassily Nebenzia, affirmed in the General Assembly that NATO aims to defeat or weaken Russia. And Maria Zakharova herself declares to the agencies: “We repeat above all for the American side: the objectives we have set in Ukraine will be achieved. Russia is open to diplomacy, the preconditions are well known. The more Washington continues to encourage Kiev's warlike attitude, favoring terrorist incursions by Ukrainian saboteurs instead of preventing them, the more problematic it will be to find diplomatic solutions'. And concern about the extension of the conflict is growing after Alexander Lukashenko announced his intention to support Belarusian troops with Putin.
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GAZPROM'S REVELATIONS - Meanwhile, as reported Abc , the sites of some of America's major airports have been targeted by cyberattacks. Pro-Russian hacker group Killnet has claimed responsibility for the attacks DdoS who took them offline. At the expense of the airports of Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson, of Los Angeles, the O'Hare of Chicago, that of Orlando, the Denver International Airport, the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and the headquarters of the airports of Kentucky, Mississippi and Hawaii . In the face of the damage suffered by the bombings, the Ukrainian Energy Ministry has announced a halt to the supply of electricity to the EU. Finally, the top management of Gazprom let the Tass who in 2015 found explosive devices attributable to NATO on the Nord Stream, thus adding a new mystery to the mystery of the explosions in the Baltic.