This time Ukraine’s railways targeted by Russian forces!

International Desk: Ukraine has been burning in the fire of war for the last two months. Russia is also feeling its flames. A huge fire broke out at an oil depot in the Russian city of Bryansk, near the Ukraine border. Neither side has yet commented on the source of the fire. Russia says it has launched an investigation. Ukraine has not commented on the fire. Ukraine’s military says Russia has fired missiles at a total of five locations along its railway stations and railroads. The news of casualties in that attack is not clear.

Another Russian oil depot caught fire earlier this month. He further added that Moscow had alleged that Ukrainian helicopters had broken through the airspace and bombed Russia. The fire was caused by him. Ukraine denies though. However, the reason for the sinking of the Russian warship Moscow in the Black Sea was that it was their missile-attack, Kiev itself reported. Russia denied the allegations in a statement issued Friday stating “Similar, baseless allegations concerning Russia’s intelligence have been made more than once. Later they agreed. Last week, Moscow alleged that Ukrainian helicopters had attacked multiple homes in the border area. On this day, the fire in Bryansk is important in the international arena. Because Russia’s energy goes to Europe this way. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.

Ukraine is also burning. War-torn Ukraine is still somewhat active with its rail system. Rescue and relief supplies, both of which depend on the railways. This time the Russian forces have started targeting that railway. At least five stations in central and western Ukraine caught fire this morning. One occurred in the town of Creson, near Lviv, and two occurred in the Rivon region. “Two missiles were fired at the railway infrastructure by the enemy,” said Vitaly Koval, the army chief of Rivon. No casualties were reported. As soon as the siren sounded, residents were warned to take refuge in a safe place. ” But the number of injuries or deaths is not clear. On April 6, the Russian army launched its first missile attack on the Kramatorsk railway station. More than 50 Ukrainians were killed. That’s the beginning.

Russia’s Defense Ministry has announced a ceasefire in the Azovostel factory area of ​​Mariupol today. A statement from the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) said: Russian forces will be at a safe distance. “The general public is being given a chance to get out safely,” the statement said, adding that “the general public will decide where to leave Mariupol.” Russia has told them to be ready to leave Azovostal with a white flag.

The Ukrainian government has not yet reached a decision. According to Deputy Prime Minister Irina Vereshchuk, there is no trust in Russia. “Russia has repeatedly called for a ceasefire,” he said. The human corridor has promised to open. But they never said a word. The human corridor has not been opened. ” Irina demanded the assurance of the lives of ordinary people. He told UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres that Kiev wanted a written agreement from Moscow. Therefore, even today ordinary people could not be rescued from Mariupol.

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