According to a report from 19fortyfive.com, Russian missile attacks have resumed after a hiatus of many weeks. The cost has been borne by Ukraine.
Ukrainians were injured or killed in recent days due to random missile fires. However, thanks to the aid of the United States and other Western countries, Ukraine is better prepared to confront Russian missiles.
Over the past few days, Russia has launched another wave of missiles. Over 25 people were killed on Friday when the Russian military fired two dozen missiles on Ukraine. The Russian military launched another barrage of rockets on Monday.
The Ukrainian Ministry of Defense claims its air defenses shot down 15 of the 18 cruise missiles.
Recent assaults have not been aimed at essential facilities but rather at metropolitan areas and transit hubs.
Pentagon leaks suggest that Ukraine is suffering from a lack of ammunition, but
the Russian military’s ability to produce enough missiles to meet the needs of the conflict has been severely hampered by Western embargoes.
The Russians haven’t stopped shelling Ukrainian cities close to the front lines. The Ukrainian military’s air defenses aren’t built to destroy these weapons.
According to a report, after an early Wednesday morning drone attack aimed at the Kremlin, China issued an appeal for de-escalation. Russian officials have indicated they believe Ukraine ordered the strike.
The Kremlin claims that air defenses shot down two unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) that were headed for Putin’s official home in Moscow.
The Russian president was reportedly not at the property during the incident, and the officials reported no casualties.
President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky has rejected any complicity on his country’s part. However, a criminal case and a terrorism investigation have been opened into the incident by Russia.
A report reveals that Russian Ambassador Anatoly Antonov said on Thursday that the US is protecting Ukrainian officials who deployed drones to strike the Kremlin and plotted to murder Russian President Vladimir Putin.