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| Zelensky accuses Russia of bombing energy facilities and civilian targets to “cause as much damage as possible”

Zelensky accuses Russia of bombing energy facilities and civilian targets to “cause as much damage as possible”

The President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, has detailed in a second message this Monday on the Telegram social network the Ukrainian provinces that Russia has bombed today, just a few hours after Moscow officially accused Ukraine of being behind the strong explosion that the Saturday partially destroyed the Kerch bridge, the only one linking the annexed Crimean peninsula with Russia. Zelensky has said that missiles have fallen in the provinces of kyiv (central-north), Khmelnitsky (west), Lviv (west), Dnepropetrovsk (east), Vinnytsia (centre), Ivano-Frankivsk (east), Zaporizhia (east), Sumi (north), Kharkiv (northeast), Zhytomyr (north) and Kirovohrad (center), some of them against energy installations. “They want chaos and panic, they want to destroy our energy system,” Zelensky wrote. In addition to the provinces cited by Zelenzki, the governor of Poltava (north-center) has also denounced attacks on energy infrastructure in his territory, bringing at least 12 regions bombed by Russia.

“The morning is being difficult. We are dealing with terrorists. Dozens of missiles [drones] shahids Iranians. They have two goals,” Zelensky added, referring to power facilities and civilian targets. “The second objective is people. The moment and the objectives were specially chosen to cause the greatest possible damage”, added the president of Ukraine, who has asked the population to remain in the bomb shelters this Monday.

Almost at the same time that Zelensky published the message on Telegram, the Ukrainian Army has stated that in total Russia has launched 83 missiles against its territory this morning, of which 43 have been shot down by air defense, as detailed by the Deputy Minister of Defense, Hanna Maliar. kyiv has also added that Russia has used Iranian combat drones. (THE COUNTRY)

In the photograph, which is from Leo Correa For Associated Press, several firefighters, this Monday next to three people killed as a result of a Russian attack in the city of Dnipro.

Source: EL PAIS

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