Multiple explosions in Russian cities on the border with Ukraine

Multiple explosions in Russian cities on the border with Ukraine

Multiple explosions have rocked the Russian city of Belgorod, bordering Ukraine. The bomber struck shortly after noon in a town 40 kilometers north of the Ukrainian border, local officials said. News BBC and Al-Jazeera.

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At around 3:35 a.m. Wednesday, he woke up to the sound of an explosion, said Vyacheslav Gladkov, the regional governor, on the social networking app Telegram. He said he heard three more explosions while writing about the issue on social media.

Gladkov later said that preliminary information indicated that a fire was burning in an ammunition depot in a rural area. There were no civilian casualties.

Russia has accused Ukraine of using helicopters to attack a fuel depot in the city of Belgorod this month. Moscow has also accused Ukrainian forces of firing on several villages in the province.

Meanwhile, a Reuters report said Russia had warned the United Kingdom on Tuesday about provoking Ukraine to invade Russian territory. Moscow has said it will respond “appropriately” if Britain continues to provoke Ukraine into attacking Russia.

A statement from Russia’s Defense Ministry quoted the BBC’s James Happy as saying in an interview with the BBC. He told BBC Radio that it was perfectly legal for Ukraine to carry out attacks on deep Russian targets to damage supplies and supplies. He acknowledged that the weapons the West is now supplying to Ukraine are capable of carrying out attacks inside Russia.

The statement said, “We would like to say that the government of Kiev is directly provoked by London in such an act. If such an act is carried out, we will get a proper response immediately.” As we have warned, the Russian armed forces are always ready to retaliate with long-range weapons capable of perfect attack on the policy-making center of Kiev. A statement from Russia’s Defense Ministry said that if such an attack were to take place, it would not be a problem for representatives of a certain Western country to be in Ukraine’s policy-making center.

Russia launched an attack on Ukraine on February 24. Since then, the United States, the United Kingdom and other Western countries have been assisting the Ukrainian forces with weapons and training. Kiev’s Western allies have recently increased arms supplies to Ukraine.

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