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Revenge attack from Putin! KIEV bombed! Target Zelensky!

After the attack on the Crimean Bridge, big explosions occurred in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine! According to the first information, Ukrainians experienced great panic after the explosions in the cities of Kyiv, Lviv and Dnipro. The first images came after the explosions. In the footage, it is seen that the vehicles of the civilians turned into a fireball. According to the last minute information of Reuters, it was learned that 8 dead and 24 injured after the explosions. Zelensky also made a statement.

After the explosion on the bridge connecting Crimea and Russia, the war between Russia and Ukraine took a different turn. According to the breaking news, violent explosions occurred in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, this morning! Ukrainian media reported that attacks were carried out in the cities of Kyiv, Lviv and Dnipro in the morning. The fear of citizens living in the capital during the explosions in Kiev is clearly visible. After the airstrike, the vehicles of the civilians caught fire. As the people flocked to the shelters, Ukrainian leader Vladimir Zelenskiy warned not to leave the shelters and said, “On the 229th day of the war, they are trying to destroy us, to wipe us from the face of the earth.” The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine reported that 8 people were killed and 24 injured in the attacks, according to the first determinations.

LAST MINUTE: AIR ATTACK ON KIEV! VEHICLES FIRE!

Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, woke up this morning with an air attack! The dust cloud, which can be seen from many points of the capital, almost covered the city. Images of the panic in Kiev also emerged.

ZELENSKY’S OFFICE IS ALSO IN THE REGION OF THE EXPLOSIONS

In the last minute statement made by the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, one of the rockets fired at Kiev fell on the street where the security services are located. The office of President of Ukraine Zelensky is also located in this region.

FIRST STATEMENT FROM ZELENSKY!

A statement came from Zelenskiy after the explosions. Stating that there are dead and injured people in his post on his Telegram account, Zelenskiy warned not to leave the shelters and used the following expressions:

“On the 229th day of the war, they are trying to destroy us, wipe us off the face of the earth. They killed those who slept in their homes in Zaporizhia and those who went to work in Kiev.”

In his later statement, Zelenskiy said, “It’s a tough morning. We are dealing with terrorists.”

KREMLIN: PART OF A SPECIAL MILITARY OPERATION

A statement came from the Kremlin regarding the explosion in Kiev. In the statement, referring to the characterization of the initiative launched by Russia since February 24 as a ‘special military operation’, the expression “This is all part of a special military operation” was used.

“ERDOĞAN AND PUTIN CAN MEET”

The statement also stated that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan may attend the Astana Summit and meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin in this context.

On the other hand, it was stated that Erdogan’s offer to host talks with Ukraine could be evaluated.

DOMESTIC ANNOUNCES BALANCE SHEET

According to the news in AA, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine reported that 8 people died, 24 people were injured, according to the first determinations, in the latest attacks on Kiev.

UKRAINE UNDER FIRE

According to the Ukrainian army, explosions also occurred in Lviv, Darnitsa, Dnipro, Jitomir, Vinnitsa. Metros are being used as shelters again. Flights have been temporarily suspended.

‘CARS BURN, WINDOWS BROKEN IN HOUSES, THERE ARE DEAD’

The Russian attack on the capital of Ukraine, Kiev, has literally shaken it up. The mayor of Kyiv, Vitaliy Klitschko, made a statement via his official Telegram account immediately after the attack, confirming that several explosions occurred in the Shevchenkiv district in the center of the capital.

In another statement he made later, President Klitschko said, “The threat continues due to the weather alarm. All residents of the capital should stay in shelters during the alarm.”

Ukrainian presidential adviser reported that a Russian rocket crashed on a street in Kiev near the Hrushevsky monument.

Ukrainian MP Oleksiy Goncharenko also stated that a rocket fell “in the very center of the city” and said, “Cars are on fire, windows of houses are broken. There are dead,’ he tweeted.

BRIDGE AND THERMAL PLANT SHOOTED!

Governor Vitali Klitschko stated that critical infrastructures were targeted in Russia’s attack. Images from Ukraine included the shooting moments of a bridge in the capital, Kiev.

In addition, in the images reflected on the social media, it was stated that the Kyiv thermal power plant was also hit, and the images of the smoke rising were shared.

THIS IS HOW THREAT WAS LOOKED

Very striking squares from the region continue to come. After the attack on the capital Kiev, the frames reflected in the lenses revealed the extent of the disaster.

“EXPLOSIONS HEARD IN ODESSA”

Ukrainian Chief of Staff Valeriy Zaluzhny announced that Russian forces launched 75 missiles this morning and destroyed 41 of them.

In his statement, Zaluzhniy stated that Russia carried out air strikes against Ukraine and used missiles and unmanned aerial vehicles in the attacks.

“Russia launched 75 missiles this morning, 41 of them were neutralized by our air defense,” Zaluzhniy said. gave the information.

Odessa Head of Military Administration Vitaly Kim said, “Explosions were heard in Odessa, according to preliminary information, the air defense system is working.”

CRITICAL CONTACT FROM TURKEY

Minister of Foreign Affairs Mevlut Cavusoglu had a telephone conversation with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba after the attacks. It was reported that during the meeting, views were exchanged on the latest developments.

UKRAINE HAS ATTACKED THE CRIMEAN BRIDGE

The strategically important 19-kilometer Crimean Bridge connecting Crimea, which Russia annexed in 2014, to Russian territory, collapsed after an explosion at 06:07 on Saturday, 8 October.

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