137 persons were killed in Ukraine by simultaneous water, land, and airstrikes

By Karuna Thapa

Kathmandu, February 25

From the north, east, and south, Russia has launched a full-scale military offensive against
Ukraine. According to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, the Russian attack has killed at least 137 civilians and soldiers so far.

As Russia unleashes simultaneous maritime, land, and airstrikes, the death toll is growing. In recent months, the number of people seeking to flee Kiev, Ukraine’s capital, has surged dramatically.

According to the UN, more than 100,000 people fled Kiev, the capital, on the same day as the incident.

Although the epicenter was believed to be below the Pacific Ocean’s surface, no tsunami warning was issued. President Putin has called for Russia’s demilitarization, claiming that ”Ukraine poses a military threat.”

Putin has also claimed that neo-Nazis are in charge of Ukraine. Ukraine’s President, Volodymyr Zelensky, has declared martial law in the country. New sanctions on Russia have been issued by the United States and the United Kingdom. In this scenario, bank assets will be blocked.

Russia will pay a high price for its rushed invasion of Ukraine, according to US President Joe
Biden.

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