October 1, 2022

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Moscow threatened to attack kyiv command centers

A member of the Ukrainian service walks in front of the world’s largest Antonov An-225 Mriya cargo plane destroyed by Russian troops in the middle of a Russian attack on Ukraine, at the airport in the Hostomel settlement in the Kiev region of Ukraine. April 2, 2022. REUTERS / Mikhail Palinchak

The Russian military on Wednesday threatened to attack command centers in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev. If Ukrainian troops continue to attack the Russian border, Moscow has so far refused to take over.

Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said: “We see the subversive efforts and shelling of Ukrainian forces against the borders of the Russian Federation. If these events continue, the Russian military will attack decision-making centers, including Kyiv.”

If these events continue, the Russian military will attack decision-making centers, even in Kiev, which the Russian military has not yet done.“, He added.

Russian forces withdrew from the Kyiv region in late March. For a month, they tried to encircle the capital and bombed it.

Moscow has hypersonic missiles among othersIndestructible on the plane due to their speed, and claims to have already used them in Ukraine.

A Russian Defense Ministry spokesman announced on Wednesday that the port city of Mariupol, a strategic city in southeastern Ukraine, had been captured.

File photo: Russian soldiers riding in a tank during a maneuver in Leningrad Oblast, Russia This homage picture was released on February 14, 2022.  Through the Russian Ministry of Defense / Courtesy REUTERS
File photo: Russian soldiers riding in a tank during a maneuver in Leningrad Oblast, Russia This homage picture was released on February 14, 2022. Through the Russian Ministry of Defense / Courtesy REUTERS

Monday, Leader of pro-Russian separatists in Donetsk, Mariupol fought alongside the Russian army and issued the same announcement.

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He also said that 36 Ukrainian military targets had been destroyed during the Moscow attacks in the last 24 hours.

Except, US President Joe Biden on Wednesday summoned his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zhelensky to brief him on his “continued US support” for his country.The White House said.

The Ukrainian president, for his part, said on Twitter that they were “talking about a new military and possible economic aid program” but also about the “war crimes” committed in his country and the sanctions imposed by the West against Russia.

The conversation lasted nearly an hour and, according to the Pentagon, The United States is preparing for a massive distribution of new military equipment.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky sees Pucca outside Ukraine's Kiev surrounded by Ukrainian troops as the Russian invasion of Ukraine continues.  April 4, 2022. REUTERS / Marko Djurica
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky sees encirclement by Ukrainian troops as the Russian invasion of Ukraine continues in Pucha outside Ukraine. April 4, 2022. REUTERS / Marko Djurica

U.S. newspapers report heavy military equipment that the United States has so far refused to supply to Ukraine, worth hundreds of millions of dollars.

AndThe United States has provided most of the international military assistance that kyiv has received to UkraineNow he wants to fill the arms stock and wait for orders.

The total amount of scholarships awarded has been reached $ 2.4 billion (2,206 million euros).

According to a list released by the White House last week, the United States has so far supplied or pledged to Ukraine 1,400 anti-aircraft, 5,000 javelin anti-tank missiles, 7,000 other anti-tank weapons, and hundreds of switchboard comic drones. Assault rifles, 50 million rounds of ammunition and ammunition, 45,000 rounds of bulletproof vests and helmets, laser guided rockets, puma drones, anti-artillery and anti-drone radars, light armored vehicles, secure communications systems and anti-mine defense.

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(With information from AFP)

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