Kremlin: “Russia uses high-precision weapons in Ukraine not to hit civilians”


“Russia is using high-precision weapons” in order not to hit civilians in Ukraine, the Kremlin has said, according to SKAI’s envoy to Moscow Antonis Anzoletos. “Vladimir Putin had ordered at the start of the Russian ‘operation’ that Russian forces should not enter major cities,” the Russian government said, but the Ukrainian government had been accused of using civilians as “shields”.

As for the Russian attack on Lviv, close on the border of Ukraine with Poland It is emphasized that factories with weapons were affected.

There is talk of Mariupol for a “successful and mass evacuation” of the city. It is noted that many tons of basic necessities, medicines and food and buses were sent, and 10 humanitarian corridors were opened. Mariupol is no longer excluded, Russia said earlier.

At least 9 people were killed, and nine others were injured Monday in a Russian military bombing of a radio and television tower near the western Ukrainian city of Rivne, local officials said.

Russia has not yet received a request The Russian Kremlin said in a statement that Vladimir Putin had a telephone conversation with his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peshkov said earlier that he had not been ruled out. a possible meeting between the two leaders.

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