The US will have told its citizens in Ukraine to leave it immediatelyFearing that Russia would intensify its attacks against the civilian population, mainly in Kyiv.
Iattack about river doubleThe daughter of Putin’s adviser, Alexander Dugin, who has been involved in recent bombings in the Crimean region, would encourage Moscow to retaliate against the Ukrainian government and the population.
The Kremlin accused the Ukrainian secret services Being the physical author of ending the life of the young Russian. However from Kyiv they deny this fact and argue that this is another propaganda campaign of Putin. Russian leader He termed the killing as a ‘hate crime’.
According to the official note, the terrorist attack was carried out by a Ukrainian national, who was identified as Natalia Vovkiof 43 years,
The city’s military administration has banned all large gatherings between Monday and Thursday. “Large events, peaceful gatherings and rallies are not allowed,” the statement said.
The warning comes ahead of Ukraine’s Independence Day this Wednesday, which coincides with Six months after Russian troops invaded the country.
As of now, it is unknown how Russia’s operation to impose its “revenge” on Ukraine could turn out. for now It is denied that they can use a nuclear arsenalAlthough the launch ballistic missiles on government buildings Could be one of the options.
A US official said: “Given Russia’s record in Ukraine, We are concerned about the continuing danger That Russian attacks represent for civilians and civilian infrastructure.
President Zelensky signed a new law Install bomb shelters in every building New to Ukraine.
Russia calls UN meeting on Zaporizhia
United Nations Security Council to hold a meeting in Russia On the status of the Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant.
nuclear plant, the largest in EuropeIt was captured by Russian troops in March, but is still manned by Ukrainian technicians.
In recent weeks, the area around the facility has come under heavy artillery fire. Kyiv and Moscow blame each other for the attacks in the surroundingswhich pose a risk of nuclear release.