Russian Army Fired 10 Missiles At Two Universities In The City Of Mykoliv – Russia Attacks Ukraine: Russian Army Fired 10 Missiles At Two Universities In The City Of Mykoliv
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In the Russo-Ukraine War, the Russian military is constantly being accused of shelling several Ukrainian civilian targets. On Friday, he attacked the city of Mykoliv with several missiles. In this attack, 10 missiles were fired at two universities, causing a lot of destruction in the university area. In Bali, the financial leaders of the G20 also raised the issue of attacks on civilian targets in Ukraine and condemned them.
Western military officials on Friday accused the Russian military of war crimes. “The Ukrainian army is continuously attacking civilian targets, causing horrific casualties,” he said. On Friday, Russia blew up two of Mykoliv’s largest universities (National Shipbuilding University and Mykoliv National University) by firing 10 missiles at them. The head of the region, Vitaly Kim, has also made a video of the explosion in a university viral. “Today terrorist Russia destroyed two education temples. Information is being gathered about the dead and injured in the attack.
Ukraine, G20 officials in Bali to tackle inflation
Top financial officials of the group of 20 of the world’s richest and developing countries met on Friday on the Indonesian island of Bali. The meeting called for a strategy to combat inflation, food insecurity and other problems worsened by the war in Ukraine. US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen urged the G20 to prepare a roadmap to fight food insecurity. The global impact of the Ukraine war was also discussed at the Foreign Ministers’ Conference held earlier this month.
Russian officers take responsibility for killing innocent people
Western officials accused Russian officials of war crimes at the G20 meeting on Friday. US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen condemned Russia’s brutal and unjust war. Addressing Russian officials, he said, “You must take responsibility for the loss of innocent lives and the ongoing human and economic loss around the world.”
EU will take new steps to sanction Russia
The European Commission is going to issue the seventh package of sanctions against Russia. It would also halt Russian gold imports and replace existing restrictive measures to avoid stifling food exports. Some of the new measures are also those that will have a serious impact on the affected areas. However, the European Union has also prepared to discuss a new package next week to approve these restrictions. Under this, the import of chemicals and machinery will also be banned.