In Ukraine the first tanks from Berlin and London. Russian drones over Kiev: city under attackThe Kremlin: «Carried out a test of anti-ship missiles in the Sea of Japan. The US? They don't scare us"
Ukraine still under attack .
But the “ refreshments ” arrive. Indeed, the country has received the first British Challenger tanks . And Germany has sent the 18 Leopard tanks promised two months ago to Kiev to help defend against the Russian invasion. This was announced by Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksii Reznikov, as reported by CNN. “Today I had the honor of testing the latest addition to our armored units,” Reznikov wrote on Facebook. "Having personally 'piloted' the Challenger, I can say that the driver of a Rolls Royce will not be as comfortable as the crew of this work of military art," added the minister.
Moscow has announced that it will proceed with the deployment of tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus , then directly threatening the United States: " We have weapons capable of destroying any enemy ," said the secretary of the Russian Security Council Patrushev.
The Kremlin also reportedly carried out an anti-ship missile test in the Sea of Japan . The Defense Ministry said two boats launched a simulated missile attack on a mock enemy warship about 100 kilometers away. The target, he stressed, was successfully hit by two Moskit cruise missiles, with conventional and nuclear warhead capabilities.
In the meantime , fear is growing in Kiev over the Russian attack which caused explosions and fires in the city last night. This was announced by the local authorities, quoted by the Kyiv Independent. The military administration of the Ukrainian capital oblast has announced that it has shot down all the unmanned aircraft used by the Moscow forces for the attack , which took place shortly after 10pm local time (9pm in Italy). The firefighters intervened in the Sviatoshynskyi and Obolonskyi districts of Kiev. No casualties or injuries were reported , according to mayor Vitalii Klitschko.
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