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Ukraine Under Attack From Russian Forces on Three Fronts

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Russia Attacks Ukraine
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Ukraine is the victim of a major assault by Russian forces firing missiles on cities and military targets. There has been an invasion by land, air, and sea that began after a pre-dawn TV address where Russian President Vladimir Putin did demand that Ukraine’s military lay down their arms.

Ukraine – Casualties Include Civilians and Soldiers

Ukrainian civilians and soldiers and there are Russian troops who are part of the initial reports.

The Ukraine leader has said his country “will not give up its freedom.”

“The path of evil has been embarked on by Russia. However, Ukraine is really defending itself,” President Volodymyr Zelensky has tweeted.

There is martial law declared by Ukraine. It has severed all the diplomatic relations with Russia. Moreover, it does say the weapons will be given to anymore who does want them.

Home to almost three million people in the capital Kyiv, there are warning sires have blared out as traffic has queued to leave the city. Also, the crowds have shelter in metro stations.

“Moreover, we don’t understand what we should, in fact, do now,” one woman called Svetlana said. “We’re now going to a place where we can be safe and then we hope we can leave safely.”

A 27-year-old sales executive, Mark, said he was ready to be called up to fight. “We don’t have another way,” he has said.

There are many neighboring countries that have begun preparations to take in large numbers of refugees. More than 4,000 people have come over from the border from Ukraine, Moldova said.

Also on Thursday, there is an invasion following weeks of escalating tensions. This is as Russia has massed uniformed troops along Ukraine’s borders.

Also, the UK, EU, and other Western allies have, in fact, vowed to impose tough new sanctions to punish Moscow, but say they will not send in troops.

“They are among the darkest hours of Europe since the Second World War,” EU foreign affairs chief Josep Borrell said.