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Video shows Russian artillery strike at Mykolaiv in Ukraine; look

As the Russian-Ukrainian war continues for the 17th day since the start of the invasion, a suspected Russian artillery strike in Ukraine’s Mykolaiv region has been observed. In the spectacular visuals accessible by Republic Media Networkyet another attack by Russian troops can be seen in the Mykolaiv region, where several bombardments and missile attacks have already taken place.

Previously, several videos showing numerous bombings and missile attacks in Ukraine had been captured by eyewitnesses and circulated on the Internet. There has also been an information war between the two neighboring countries, as Ukrainian armed forces have also released videos where they can be seen firing back and seizing Russian tanks.

Also, in a key development, Russia threatened a military operation on Finland and Sweden days after its invasion of Ukraine under the guise of “denazifying” the former Soviet nation. On Saturday, Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister said Finland and Sweden joining the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) could have both political and military repercussions. The Minister said: “It should be noted that Sweden and Finland are the only two non-NATO countries among the eight Baltic and Nordic countries, and Moscow’s attack on Kyiv forced the two countries to join the covenant.

Russia claims US supplied anti-aircraft missile systems to Ukraine

In a video address posted on Facebook by Russian Defense Minister Igor Konashenkov on Saturday, the Kremlin claimed the United States had supplied anti-aircraft missile systems to Ukraine, adding that European nations posed a threat for civilian aircraft.

Konashenkov said the Russian armed forces used a high-precision strike to cripple the Ukrainian army’s main radio intelligence center. According to Konashenkov, 3,491 military installations in Ukraine have been disabled since Russia began its invasion of kyiv on February 24.

A total of 123 drones, 1,127 tanks and other armored fighting vehicles and 115 multiple rocket launcher systems were also destroyed, according to the official. Additionally, high-precision weapons were also used to disable military airfields in Lutsk and Ivano-Frankivsk, according to Russia. In a single day, the Russian Aerospace Forces Aviation and Air Defense shot down five unmanned aerial vehicles and one tactical missile of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.