Kyiv – Russia has launched attacks from three flanks to seize the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv. There are claims that Russia will soon take over Kyiv. At the same time, Russia has intensified its attacks on Kharkiv and other Ukrainian cities, including Kyiv. Russian missiles are falling on Ukraine today, but Russian missiles will also hit NATO members in the future. Therefore, President Zelensky has demanded NATO to impose a no-fly zone in Ukraine. However, NATO’s involvement in the war of Ukraine could erupt World War III, the European Council President has warned.
On the 19th day of the war ongoing in Ukraine, there has been dreadful bloodshed. So far, 636 civilians have been killed in the war in Ukraine, including 46 children, the UN Human Rights Council said. However, Ukraine will not surrender to Russia in any case, the Ukrainian President has claimed. Moreover, it is said that at least 20 people have been killed in Ukrainian airstrikes in the Donetsk region, which is considered to be pro-Russian. Military of Ukraine is combating very bravely and creatively, praised spokesman of the US Defense Department, John Kirby.
However, Ukrainian President Zelensky once again demanded NATO to impose a no-fly zone in Ukraine. Today, Russia has been firing missiles at Ukraine, and tomorrow, the same time will come for NATO member countries. With such a warning, Zelensky demanded to impose a no-fly zone now to stop Russia. The United States and NATO had completely ignored Zelensky’s demand earlier. The imposition of a no-fly zone in Ukraine had meant the downing of Russian fighter jets attacking the country. Therefore, making this demand, Zelensky seems to be dragging NATO into the war against Russia.
However, the European Council President Charles Michel has brought to notice the serious consequences of the demands of the Ukrainian President. Imposing a no-fly zone in Ukraine will mean provoking a Third World War, warned Charles Michel.
Meanwhile, Russia says it has killed 180 foreign contract soldiers in a precise attack in Ukraine. Russia has not released further details. But just a few days ago, there was a report that more than 400 terrorists affiliated to Al-Qaeda terrorist organisations from the Idlib and Aleppo regions of Syria had entered Ukraine to fight against Russia.