Zhelensky said they were ready for talks with Russia. However, he acknowledged that their numbers were not enough to defeat Belarus.
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The war between Russia and Ukraine has been continued for four days. Russia cracks down on Ukraine with bombs and missiles. A missile attacked an oil depot in Vasilkiv. It is feared that this could lead to air pollution in the area. The governor also announced that seven people, including a seven-year-old girl, had been killed in Russian attacks in the northeastern city of Okhtirka.
Still, Russia is launching attacks with missiles and bombs on Ukrainian citizens. Innocent civilians have also been killed in a series of bombings near a Kyiv apartment in Russia.
Zhelensky Response to Russia Invitation
Russia continues to invade Ukraine while inviting talks. Russia has said it will send a delegation to Belarus and a Ukrainian team to visit Belarus. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky responded. He said they were ready for talks with Russia. However, he said that their numbers were not sufficient to defeat Belarus.
Zhelensky said Belarus was currently cooperating with Russia’s aggression, that Russia had carried out attacks from there, and that they would not negotiate in such a place. Warsaw, Bratislava, Budapest, Istanbul, and Baku have all agreed to hold talks wherever possible. They said they would hold talks in countries that are not opposed to Ukraine.
Zhelensky accused Russia of aggression and of destroying civilian settlements. Russia, which has said it is targeting military bases, has instead been bombarded with civilians.
The Ukrainian people are saying that they fight until the last minute. Fierce fighting is going on between Ukraine and Russia. Russian forces have been cracking down on Ukraine for the fourth day in a row. The Russian army is trying to enter the capital city of Kyiv. Russian forces are attacking Ukraine’s gas and oil reserves.
Russian forces blow up a gas pipeline in Kharkiv. Meanwhile, the Ukrainian soldiers are showing their fighting prowess as if they were declining. Repulsing Russian forces without hypocrisy.
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