Ukraine reported that more than 2,000 civilians died after the Russian invasion –

Ukraine reported that more than 2,000 civilians died after the Russian invasion –

“During the seven days of the war, Russia destroyed hundreds of transportation infrastructure, homes, hospitals and kindergartens,” DSNS wrote on its Facebook page. “More than 2,000 Ukrainians died during that time, not counting our defenders,” he said.

The statement highlights that rescuers have managed to save the lives of more than 150 people, evacuate 500 more and extinguish more than 400 fires caused by the Russian bombing.

According to DSNS, the explosives disposal service has neutralized a total of 416 explosives so far.

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While carrying out all these missions, 10 rescue workers were killed and 13 injured.

Meanwhile, Ukraine’s interior ministry reported that they are continuing to fight for the city of Mariupol, with a population of about half a million, in the southeast of the country, washed by the Sea of ​​Azov and controlled by the Kiev government.

“The National Guard of Ukraine and the Armed Forces of Ukraine maintain the defense of the city,” the Interior Ministry said in a statement on Facebook.

Source: Ulti Mahora

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