According to several accounts, a number of Ukrainian districts were hit by a barrage of Russian missiles early on Thursday as Ukrainian President Volodymr Zelensky requested further military assistance from the United States.
According to a post on the messaging app Telegram, the governor of the Odesa region, Maksym Marchenko, claimed that a missile attack had hit the Black Sea port city. According to Marchenko, the attack targeted a city power plant, resulting in extensive power outages. Residential areas were also affected by the explosions, but no injuries were noted.
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The second-largest city in the country, Kharkiv, was pounded by 15 attacks, according to the region’s governor. Reports claim that strikes also occurred in other parts of the nation, including in the city of Dnipro in the nation’s center.
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Although Ukraine said on Wednesday that it had been able to fend off a Russian push on the city of Bakhmut in the country’s east, reports of the massive bombing campaigns broke. The eastern portion of the city was allegedly under the control of Russian forces.
Additionally, they coincide with Zelensky’s appearance on US television on Wednesday night, where he urged Congress to give Ukraine additional money and weapons to support its conflict with Russia.
“What fighter jets could do is they could help us to defend ourselves,” Zelensky stated. It is a component of air defense. and we lack the fighter jets to handle it and defend against Russian strikes. We actually require this.