24 hours after Russia announced that the Belgorod region had been attacked by marches, mortars and artillery, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky accused Moscow of continuing to terrorize his people, indicating that his country was attacked with 36 marches.
Zelensky said in statements on Telegram: “Moscow continues to terrorize the Ukrainians, stressing that none of these marches achieved their goal and were confronted by the country’s defense forces.”
This came hours after the Ukrainian air defenses announced that they had responded to an attack they described as a “massive” march, noting that it was the twelfth attack of its kind on Kiev this month.
“The air alert in the city lasted for more than three hours,” Sergey Popko, the head of the civil and military administration in the Ukrainian capital, wrote on the Telegram application.
And the Russian authorities said yesterday that a committee had opened an investigation into the exposure of residential, administrative and infrastructure buildings in the Russian region of Belgorod to an attack with marches, mortars and artillery, accusing Ukraine of being behind the attack.
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