Ukrainian Regional Governor Oleh Synyehubov has said that his country is in full control of its second-largest city Kharkiv after Russian troops reportedly stormed there a few hours ago.
Street fighting broke out in Ukraine’s second-biggest city Sunday and Russian soldiers set expanding strain on essential ports in the nation’s south after an influx of assaults on runways and fuel offices somewhere else that seemed to stamp another period of Russia’s attack.
Following its benefits on the ground, Russia sent a designation to Belarus for harmonious chats with Ukraine, as indicated by the Kremlin.
Reacting to the development, Oleh Synyehubov said; “Control over Kharkiv is completely ours! “The armed forces, the police, and the defense forces are working, and the city is being completely cleansed of the enemy.”
The Russians sent off their assault on Thursday from the north towards Kyiv, from the east towards Kharkiv, Sumy, Donetsk, and Luhansk, and from Crimea in the south.
Many targets have been struck, as Russian soldiers have filled Ukraine and sent off rocket strikes on significant urban communities.