February 4, 2023


Complete Canadian News World

The war in Ukraine.  Russian plane shot down over Kiev

The war in Ukraine. Russian plane shot down over Kiev

Two explosions were heard on Friday morning in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, the Ukrainian news agency Interfax reported, cited by Reuters. As reported by the deputy of the Supreme Council of Ukraine, Oleksiy Goncharenko, it was the voice of the Ukrainian air defense that shot down a Russian plane.

We read in the social media of the Ukrainian Ground Forces that “Russian war criminals shot at the peaceful areas of Kiev. The Ukrainian air defense prevented the gifts of the two murderous brothers from reaching the capital.”

Adviser to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, Anton Gerashchenko, shared a video clip showing how air defense systems shot down a Russian plane over the Darniki district of Kiev. Other explosions were heard in and around the capital.

The Belarusian website Nexta reported that the plane crashed in a residential area. So far, no one has confirmed this information. It is also unknown what type of machine was shot down and whether it was a manned aircraft.

Reuters noted similar sounds were heard the day before when Russian maneuverable missiles struck a military base in Brovary near Kiev on Thursday, killing six people.

Russia’s aggression against Ukraine. Martial law in Ukraine

On Thursday, a column of Russian troops crossed the eastern, northern and southern borders of Ukraine. Russia launched, on Wednesday night, shells on Ukrainian cities. The targets of the aggression were, among others, Kiev, Kharkiv and military installations in the Lviv region.

See also  Butchers from Bokza on their way to the cities of eastern Ukraine. "Get out!"

The Russian invasion met resistance from the Ukrainian army throughout the country. In the morning, the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky Declared the application of martial law They declared that any Ukrainian who wishes to defend his homeland will receive arms. Ukraine also cut diplomatic ties with Russia.

Zelensky reported Thursday night that at least 137 of his compatriots had been killed since the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

We are glad you are with us. Subscribe to the Onet newsletter to receive the most valuable content from us.