- Russia’s third airport reportedly hit by drone
- Ukraine’s Zelenskiy meets troops near Eastern Front
- G7 oil price level boosts Russia – US official
(VOVworld) – Russia’s third airport was set on fire by drone strikes a day after Ukraine unveiled a new capability capable of penetrating hundreds of kilometers. Entered Russia with an attack on two air bases.
Officials in the Russian city of Kursk, about 90 kilometers (60 miles) north of the Ukrainian border, released images of black smoke from the airport after the latest attack on Tuesday. The provincial governor said a fuel tanker caught fire, but no one was injured.
Russia on Monday said it had struck hundreds of kilometers from Ukraine in what it said was a Soviet-era drone – at Engels air base, home to Russia’s strategic bombers and at Ryazan is a few hours drive from Moscow.
Ukraine has not directly claimed responsibility for the attack, but nonetheless praised it. They.
The Russian state news agency reported, quoting Yevgeny Shpolsky, first deputy head of the Engels district administration, on Tuesday evening, a siren rang out on the territory of the airport in Engels.
In Washington, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken reaffirmed his country’s commitment to providing Ukraine with the equipment it needs to defend itself, saying it did not encourage or allow Ukraine to carry out attacks. In Russia.
Russia’s Defense Ministry says three service members were killed in an attack in Ryazan. Although the attack targeted military targets, it identified them as terrorists and said the aim was to shut down its long-range aircraft.
Ukraine has never publicly acknowledged responsibility for the attacks in Russia. When asked about the strike, Defense Minister Oleskiy Reznikov repeatedly joked about blaming cigarettes for negligence. “Russians often smoke where it is forbidden to smoke,” he said.
The crash also sparked outrage among Russian military bloggers, who posted on social media that it could provide a window into the mood in Russia during the war.
‘Power and management’
At least 20 oil tankers lined up from Turkey face further delays in transit from Russia’s Black Sea port to the Mediterranean as operators race to adhere, industry sources said. A new Turkish insurance law was added before the G7 pricing on Russian oil.
An official says the disruption in oil traffic was not the result of Russian oil prices agreed by Russia. A coalition of G7 countries and Australia.
$ 60 a barrel on Monday was set higher than current prices for Urals crude from Russia, the world’s second-largest oil exporter.
The G7 and Australia will be busy in the coming weeks to set two more price limits on Russia’s refined oil products scheduled for launch on Feb. 5, U.S. Treasury officials told Reuters.
“I think the point is that we have all the power and control that we have now,” he said. “We can set the ceiling at $ 60.” “Any amendment will be in the interests of the G7 and will be in the interests of Ukraine. It will be in the interest of the world economy and will not be in the interest of Russia.”
ZELENSKIY WITH THE ARMY
The Ukrainian military said Tuesday night that at the same time on the battlefields of northeastern and southern Ukraine, Russian forces continued to shell their cities and villages.
Six people were killed when Donetsk was under fire and artillery fire, according to Russian Mayor Alexander Kulemzin in his Telegram network.
“Look what they did,” Irina, a resident, gestured to the apartment building where her apartment was destroyed. “People live there. People! Where are you shooting? Go to the fields and fight there, not here. How many people are dead?”
Dmytro Zhyvytsky, governor of Sumy region on the Russian border, said several people were injured when Russian forces fired 226 shells at seven communities during the day.
War crimes investigators are searching for the deaths of hundreds of civilians since the beginning of the conflict nearly 10 months ago. Russia refuses to target civilians during what it calls a special operation to rid Ukraine of dangerous nationalists.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy visited troops near the front lines in eastern Ukraine on Tuesday.
Speaking to soldiers later at the presidential palace in Kyiv, Zelenskiy said he spent a day with troops in the Donbas, the theater of the heaviest fighting, and in the Kharkiv region, where Ukrainians Recapture much of the territory from Russian forces.
“Thousands of Ukrainians have sacrificed their lives so that the day can come when there is no single occupier in our territory and when the people “All our people will be free.”
Reported by Reuters; Written by Grant McCool; Edited by Cynthia Osterman
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