Russia accuses Ukraine of sabotage and threatens Kiev

The Russian armed forces threatened to attack command centers in the Ukrainian capital this Wednesday, but have not yet been rescued by Moscow, accusing Ukraine of engaging in firing and sabotage on Russian territory.

“There are sabotage and offensive attempts by Ukrainian forces against targets in the territory of the Russian Federation,” said Igor Konashenkov, a spokesman for the Russian Defense Ministry.

“If these actions continue, the Russian military will launch attacks targeting decision-making centers, including Kiev, which it has not yet done,” he continued.

At the end of March, Russian forces withdrew from the Kiev region. For a month, they tried to encircle the capital and carry out several bombings that reached the suburbs of the capital.

Moscow, in particular, said the hypersonic missiles were considered indestructible during the flight due to their speed, which had already been used in Ukraine.

A spokesman for the Ministry of Defense added that the commercial area of ​​the port city of Mariupol, a strategic city in southeastern Ukraine, had been completely captured.

On Monday, the leader of the Russian-speaking Donetsk separatists fighting alongside the Russian military in Mariupol had already announced the military advance.

“What is left of the Ukrainian units and the Nazis [do batalhão] Azov, who is in the city, was blocked and missed the chance to escape the siege, “said Igor Konachenkov today.

The military says Moscow has destroyed 36 Ukrainian military targets in the past 24 hours.

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