The Russian army has occupied several parts of Zelensky’s country. Violence has not abated in the Ukrainian capital. However, Kyiv is not going to be brought to the bag.

One and a half months have passed since the Russia-Ukraine war. The Russian army has occupied several parts of Zelensky’s country. Violence has not abated in the Ukrainian capital. However, Kyiv is not going to be brought to the bag. After repeated failures, this time Russian President Vladimir Putin changed the commander. The new army general is Alexander Dornikov. The army officer in charge of southern Russia is in charge of occupying Kyiv.

According to various international media sources, Putin’s goal is to conquer several places in Ukraine before Russia’s ‘Victory Day’ on May 9. One of which is the capital of Ukraine, Kyiv. Russia celebrates May 8 as Victory Day, a victory for the Soviet Union in World War II. Russia aims to win another war in 2022 to commemorate that day. Russia’s foreign intelligence service has denied the allegations in a statement issued Friday stating “Similar, baseless allegations concerning Russia’s intelligence have been made more than once. Ukraine’s air force claims to have shot down 13 Russian warplanes on Saturday.

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