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Russia Aggregates Assault on Ukraine Urban Regions As Armed Convoy Temporarily Halts

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On Tuesday, Russia bombed a TV tower in the capital of Ukraine. It showered rockets on Kharkiv city as Moscow aggregated its assault of urban regions in Ukraine in a change of strategy following the stall of its six-day invasion. 

According to a US official, a miles-long armored convoy moving in the capital Kyiv has not made a move to forge ahead in the past 24 hours, held up by problems in logistics, fuel, and food shortage, and possibly halting to re-evaluate strategy. 

The defense ministry of Russia encouraged Kyiv citizens to escape and stated that it would target unidentified areas used by the security services and communications of Ukraine. 

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, speaking in a heavily guarded government compound in Kyiv, stated Russia should “first stop bombing people” before peace negotiations could progress. 

Zelensky, in an interview, asked NATO allies to implement a no-fly zone to halt Russia’s air force, which the military alliance has dismissed. 

While Zelensky, unshaven and sporting plain khaki garments, spoke, news broke that a Russian missile had hit a TV tower close to Babyn Yar Holocaust memorial site in Kyiv, leading to the deaths of approximately five people. 

On Tuesday, Zelensky had a 30-minute conversation with US counterpart Joe Biden. He said the heavy weaponry blasts on the eastern city of Kharkiv were equal to “state terrorism.” 

According to the White House, Biden and Zelensky talked about how Russia had aggregated assaults on sites utilized by civilians. The US leader is anticipated to stress Western unity over Ukraine in his State of the Union address on Tuesday. 

President Vladimir Putin has gathered an international censure and sanctions that have already dragged the ruble value to its downfall and propelled Russians to seek other options aside from banks to secure their savings. 

The West and its allies have implemented severe sanctions on Russia to block off its economy from the international financial system, queuing companies worldwide to stop sales, disassociate, and junk tens of billions of dollars worth of investments.


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