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Ukraine’s Drone Attack on Crimea and Kharkiv is Not the Only Aim for Russia

  • A Ukrainian knowledge source affirmed that Kyiv went after that substation and oil stop, as well as a rail line station in Russia’s port of Novorossiysk.
  • It comes as Ukraine’s tactical boss said Putin’s powers had extended the generally 600-mile bleeding edge.
  • By around 43 miles following its unexpected assault on the Kharkiv district, sent off seven days today.

Ukraine has sent off a huge robot assault on the involved Crimean landmass and across Russia as Vladimir Putin’s powers extended its bleeding edge assault in the upper-east Ukrainian locale of Kharkiv.

The Russian guard service guaranteed air protection had brought down 51 Ukrainian robots over Crimea, another 44 over the Krasnodar locale, and six over the Belgorod area. It said Russian warplanes and watchboats likewise annihilated six ocean drones in the Dark Ocean.

Ukraine’s Drone Attack and Russia’s Aim

Be that as it may, film via virtual entertainment showed fires blasting in the waterfront town of Tuapse in the southern Krasnodar district after two robots hit a petroleum treatment facility.

The Russia-introduced legislative head of Sevastopol, Mikhail Razvozhayev, in the meantime, said the Crimean city had experienced a “fractional power outage” after garbage from brought down rambles fell on an electrical substation.

President Vladimir Putin said on Friday that Russian powers progressing in Ukraine’s Kharkiv district were making a “cradle zone” to safeguard Russian boundary locales, yet said catching the city of Kharkiv was not a piece of Russia’s ongoing arrangement.

Putin, who offered the remarks at a news meeting during a state visit to China, said Russia’s new push into the Kharkiv district was a reaction to Ukrainian shelling of Russian boundary locales, for example, Belgorod, Reuters detailed.

In the meantime, in Ukraine itself President Volodymyr Zelenskiy marked a regulation permitting a few convicts to serve in the military, parliament’s data set displayed on Friday.

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