Russia bombing a residential area near Kyiv

ISLAMABAD, June 27 (Alliance News): The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a gathering of members of the G7 summit in Germany. Both have schedules.

According to foreign media, the city’s mayor Vitaly Klitschko said the attack, which took place in the capital about three weeks after the NATO summit, was intended to intimidate the Ukrainian people.

Vitaly Klitschko said during a visit to the affected building that some people had been rescued, two injured people had been hospitalized and some were still buried under rubble.

Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky is expected to address the G7 and NATO summits.

The Ukrainian president said there had also been several attacks on the remote town of Leif, near the Polish border.

Following Sunday’s attack, Britain announced that it would work with G7 allies Canada, Japan and the United States to ban gold exports from Russia.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the move would directly affect Russia’s richest businessmen with political influence, severely damaging Russian President Vladimir Putin’s war machines.

The European Union backed Ukraine last week by granting it “candidate status”, but it will take a long time to become a member of the European Union.

Full possession
A day before the attack in Kyiv on Sunday, the mayor of Sverdonovsk, a major industrial center, said Russian forces had taken full control of the city.

The war has entered its fifth month, Moscow sees the capture of the city as a major victory, it is trying to gain full control of the east while failing in its initial goals.

After weeks of fighting in Sverdlovsk, Ukrainian forces began withdrawing troops from the city to better defend the nearby city of Lysichansk.

Moscow-backed separatists say Russian forces and their allies have entered Lysichansk.

On the other hand, far from the main battlefield, Russia aimed missiles at targets in northern and western Ukraine.

The commander of the Ukrainian Air Force said more than 50 different types of missiles had been fired from land, sea and air.

Belarus bombs Ukraine
In St. Petersburg on Saturday, Russian President Vladimir Putin assured his Belarusian counterpart that Moscow would provide the Alexander-M tactical missile system, a missile capable of carrying nuclear weapons.

Ukraine said on Saturday morning that heavy bombardment had taken place in neighboring Belarus, although Russia’s ally was not formally involved in the conflict.

Ukraine’s Northern Military Command said 20 rockets were fired from Belarus’s territory, hitting the village of Desna in northern Chernivtsi.

Belarus has been providing logistical support to Moscow since Russia’s military aggression on February 24.

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