Moscow orders an enlargement of the offensive while Kiev is prepared for the assault of Russian troops to the capital

Moscow announces an "extension of the offensive" in all directions after a long night in which LSS Russian and Ukrainian forces have faced artillery on the ou

Moscow orders an enlargement of the offensive while Kiev is prepared for the assault of Russian troops to the capital

Moscow announces an "extension of the offensive" in all directions after a long night in which LSS Russian and Ukrainian forces have faced artillery on the outskirts of the Ukrainian capital.

From the center of the city, where it prevails the curfew - which has been expanded by its Mayor from 5:00 pm to 8.00 on Monday, local hours -, you heard and loud and frequent artillery shooting were heard before dawn. The Ukrainian army reported combats in the Kievita neighborhood of Beresteiska, just seven kilometers from the historic center, where the headquarters of the main democratic institutions of this country are. Faced with the fear of the repair of the attacks, the Kiev Edil pointed out that all people who are on the street during the new established remaining period "will be considered as members of enemy saboterators."

The authorities have urged citizens to help defend the city of the progress of Russian forces in which it is the worst European security crisis in decades.

While the struggle, the governments of Russia and Ukraine gave signs of being open to the negotiations. It was the first hint of hope for diplomacy since the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, launched the invasion on Thursday to "unanazify" Ukraine. Putin would have ordered to stop the Russian army's offense in Ukraine awaiting a response from Kiev but not only restarted it before Zelenski's refusal, he also recruited her.

The Russian army received on Saturday the order to expand its offensive about Ukraine: "Today, all the units have received the order to expand the offensive in all directions, according to the attack plan," said the Ministry of Defense in a release.

But Russia did not loose the pressure and continued attacking his neighboring country. "The destiny of Ukraine is deciding at this time," the Ukrainian president Volodimir Zelensky, Volodimir Zelensky, was declining at night, in a video message directed at his fellowship. "Tonight will launch an assault, all of us must understand what awaits us, we must resist tonight."

Moscow said on Friday that he had managed to capture the Gostomel Aerodrome, northwest of the capital - a key support point for an assault on Kiev- that has been played since Russian paratroopers landed there in the first compasses of this war.

The Ukrainian Air Force Command reported intense combats near the Vasylkiv Air Base, southwest of the capital, attacked by Russian parachutists.

He also said that one of his hunts had knocked down a Russian transport plane, although he could not be verified. It would be a Russian transport plane IL-76 20 km from Kiev, with more than 100 paratroopers on board.

"The sun has come out in Kiev. The shooting in my neighborhood stopped, I can hear birds, it's like the end of a vampire movie," Tithed at dawn the Ukrainian diplomat Olexander Scherba: "Something tells me that tonight was important. And the enemy will also remember tonight. "

The Ukrainian Ministry of Defense has asked the Kiev residents to manufacture molotov cocktails to repel the invaders. Zelensky went out to mobilize citizens and show that he has not fled. Meanwhile, Russian president, Vladimir Putin, urged the Ukrainian army to overthrow the government of him. The country is being attacked from different fronts. In some areas the fuel, cash and medical supplies are running out.

Some families have become safe in shelters after Kiev began to suffer Russian missile attacks on Thursday night. Others have decided to leave. The conflict could displace up to five million people abroad, calculate several UN agencies.

The Ukrainian Minister of Health has today given a balance of victims since the beginning of the Russian invasion on Thursday. "Unfortunately, according to operating data, 198 people died at the hands of the invaders, including three children, and 1.115 were injured, of which 33 children," said Minister Viktor Liashko on Facebook, according to AFP.

Date Of Update: 27 February 2022, 03:04

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