Moscow ups its assaults on civilian targets, says British Defence

Russia has increased its use of long-range missiles to strike civilian facilities, the British Ministry of Defence reported on Sunday, over the last week.

In the industrial city of Kryvyi Rih in central Ukraine, the strikes also damaged a dam and an electrical plant.

But a military impact on the civilian objectives seemed doubtful. Russia has increased the areas it is willing to hit when it experiences defeats on the front lines in order to “undermine the morale of the Ukrainian people and administration,” according to the Ministry of Defence.

The Russian soldiers that just took over a big portion of Ukraine’s northeastern Kharkiv area have been accused of employing torture extensively, according to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

Zelenskyy, the president’s nightly address, emphasized on Saturday that at least ten torture facilities had been found in the area that had been retaken.

Zelenskyy claimed that “torture was a common practice in the seized zone,” likening Russian behaviour to that of the Nazis in World War II.

Along with this, “They don’t make soap out of people… But the principle is the same. Camps where people are gathered to kill. Deportations. Burnt cities and villages, completely destroyed.”

Zelenskyy mentioned in the statement, similar to the Nazis, Russians must be held responsible for their actions. “We will establish the identities of all those who tortured and abused people, who brought these atrocities from Russia into Ukrainian territory.”

After Russia suffered blows on the front in the battle in Ukraine, US President Joe Biden advised Russian President Vladimir Putin not to deploy chemical weapons or tactical nuclear weapons.

Biden warned Putin in an interview that aired on Saturday, “Don’t, don’t, don’t.” You’ll alter the perception of war in a way that hasn’t been witnessed since World War II.

To directly affect the outcome of a fight, tactical nuclear weapons are utilized on or close to the battlefield. Russians would “become much more of a pariah in the world than they have ever been,” according to Biden.

Only that the US response would depend on how Putin attacked was said Biden regarding the US response.

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