Missiles hit German Embassy – More escalations from Russian War on Ukraine after Crimean Bridge explodes (Updates)

1:00 am UTC 11-OCT-2022

Russian airstrikes hit the German consulate in Kyiv on Monday, according to a press release from Bild. However, the building was structurally sound before the war broke out. The visa office of the embassy was badly damaged, according to Euro News. Sergej Sumlenny, a Russia-born journalist who now resides behind German borders, tweeted about the assault.

The United States condemns the incomprehensible mass barbarism of Russian government assaults.

The UN voted 107 votes for and 47 against a proposal made by the General Assembly to hold a public vote on the resolution condemning Russia’s illicit attempts and illegal annexation. Diplomats estimate that the vote on the resolution will take place later in the week.

Ukraine’s ambassador to the UN has denounced Russia a terrorist state in an urgent UN General Assembly (UNGA) meeting to discuss Moscow’s annexation of four Ukrainian regions.

Zelenskyy mentioned that Ukrainian President Volodymyr he had spoken to American president Joe Biden with regard to air defences after a series of Russian missile strikes on Ukrainian cities. Had a productive discussion with US president Joe Biden, Zelenskyy wrote on the Telegram messaging app.
#No Fly Zone

Russian President Vladimir Putin has made no secret of the missile raids that struck cities in Ukraine as payback for the assault on a dam in Russian-occupied Crimea.

Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has said his country will not be intimidated by Russia ‘s missile attacks on Ukrainian cities that resulted in the death of at least 11 people. Ukraine cannot be hindered. It will only be more restrained. Ukraine cannot be impeded, Zelenskyy said in a video shared on social media. He also promised to make the battlefield hit even harder for Russians.

United Arab Emirates’ state news agency said the United Arab Emirates’ alleged visit to Russia is intended to help reach effective political solutions to the Ukrainian crisis.

Not long after the Russian military launched a series of missile attacks across Ukraine, The General Assembly of the United Nations was set up to address Russia’s actions. Western powers denounced Russia for its aggressive strike as a method of emphasizing the newfound isolation it had earned.

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken announced that the attacks on Ukraine by the Russians present a profound moral issue, and the international community has a responsibility to clarify that Russian President Vladimir Putin’s actions are unacceptable.

Websites for various major US airports were struck offline by an electronic assault led by a pro-Russian group. Distributed denial of service (DDOS) assaults hit the websites of various localities, including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Phoenix, and Phoenix.

Blackouts triggered as a result of deliberate Russian attacks on Ukraine’s power grid were a worst-case scenario that the Kremlin had warned Ukraine of, illustrating that blackouts would be widespread this winter and holiday in Kiev. Negotiations between Kyiv and Moscow resulted in a settlement, in which Russia agreed to not attack Ukrainian power grids until the end of the year.

Poland has advised its citizens in Belarus to leave the country due to intensified tension between the two countries.

At least 11 were killed and 64 others wounded by Russia’s missile attacks in Ukraine  on Monday morning, the State Emergency Service of Ukraine says. The government agency said in a Telegram post that four other areas had also been left with no electrical power after the attacks in Lviv, Poltava, Sumy, and Ternopil.

Germany is expected to deliver the first of four IRIS-T SLM air-defense systems to Ukraine within days after hearing of Russia’s barrage of missiles on the war-torn country.

Dmitry Medvedev, the Kremlin leader who is closely aligned with Putin, has called Moscow’s latest attacks on Ukraine the beginning episode. Medvedev, co-chair of the Russian Security Council, said in Telegram post that Russia should safeguard its people and borders, while also seeking the dismantling of Ukraine’s political regime.

In a post on Twitter, the U.S. Embassy in Kiev called on American citizens within the country to stay put and flee Ukraine for security reasons once the warheads created by Russia have been eliminated. Russian continued strikes pose an immediate danger to civilians and civilian infrastructure, embassy officials stated. The embassy urges US citizens to stay in place and depart from Ukraine whenever it’s safe to do so.

The Belarusian president has also issued orders to deploy with Russian troops near Ukraine in response to what he declared was a clear threat to Belarus from Kyiv and its Western supporters. Strikes against the territory of Belarus are not only being viewed in Ukraine right now, but have also been planned, Lukashenko told a meeting of security, without providing further evidence.

At least 75 Russian missiles were launched at Ukraine over the course of a series of attacks on several Ukrainian cities over the course of Monday morning, the Central Military Command of Ukraine’s top commander said.

Russia, who has declared itself a terroristic government gang-run country, has launched massive missile and air strikes on Civilian targets in Ukraine within its border, in addition to using attack drones. In the morning, the terrorist launched 75 missiles. 41 of them were shot down by our air defence, General Valeriy Zaluzhny said on social media.

Ukraine’s military is planning to punish Russia for systematic missile attacks on several cities throughout the country.

Numerous assaults have been staged in recent days across various locations in Ukraine, just days after Vladimir Putin appointed General Surovikin to head an invasion course of action amid a string of military setbacks and increasing Russia dissatisfaction. Based on a report by this US defence posture think-tank, General Surovikin is known for being utterly ruthless in the Russian army.

Multiple significant explosions have rocked Kyiv, the Ukrainian capital. The mayor, Vitali Klitschko, reported explosions in the Shevchenkivskyi district, a large, central area that is home to the historical old town and several government organizations.

Crimean bridge to Russia explodes, Half of the bridge is unusable and Half is still in operation. There are questions about whether this is a false flag operation by Russia to further escalate the war as to why the bridge is not been completely destroyed. Ukrainian officials say that this bridge is a potential target but haven’t claimed responsibility for it, this was deemed an illegal structure in Ukraine. This bridge was built by Russian/Putin after the illegal annexation of Crimea in 2014.


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