Two dead and twenty wounded, including children, in a missile attack against a clinic in the Ukrainian city of Dnipro
Five days after the cross-border attack in the Belgorod region of Russia, this Friday the Russian regions of Rostov and Krasnodar, neighboring Ukraine, were exposed to explosions this night due to an alleged attack by Ukraine with drones and missiles, one of which was sent nearby by archers. military airfield
Russia has been rocked by a series of attacks and sabotage since early May, including the derailment of two freight trains and the burning of an oil rig caused by a drone strike. This Monday, the most serious attack since the beginning of the war in Ukraine took place in the Belgorod region of Russia.
For its part, Russia is planning a missile and drone attack against Ukraine, primarily targeting logistics and infrastructure facilities. This morning it launched a total of 17 missiles of different types and 31 drone attacks on Kyiv, Kharkov and Dnipropetrovsk regions. Of which Ukraine shot 10 missiles and more than 20 drones.
Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, an ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin, said the war in Ukraine, now 456 years old, could last for a decade, with long periods of fighting interspersed with truces. “This will be a long-term struggle, probably decades,” he said.
The head of the Wagner Group, Yegeni Prigozhin, took the devastated city of Bakhmut to Russia after nine months of fierce fighting, in which the commander lost 20,000 of his mercenaries. Prigozhin said that he was waiting for new assignments.
President Alexander Lukashenko announced the beginning of the transfer of Russian imperial nuclear weapons to his country Belarus, next to Ukraine, after which Japan adopted new sanctions against Russia. Japan said the Russian nuclear threat “cannot be tolerated”.