Ukrainian troops take to streets of Kyiv; gunfire, blasts heard in city centre

Ukrainian troops take to streets of Kyiv; gunfire, blasts heard in city centre

Ukrainian forces took to the streets of Kiev on Friday and national security forces opened defensive posts along the highway shortly before gunshots and explosions were heard as Russian forces battled for control of the capital, the Daily Mail reported. stood up.

People of Russian President Vladimir Putin are now believed to be inside the city, although their exact location and number are not clear.

Fighting was reported in the early hours in Obolon, on the outskirts of the city, as the Defense Ministry told residents to make Molotov cocktails to ‘repel the occupiers’. The report said that Russian forces were also seen in Vorzel, Bucha, Irpen districts.

Russian troops believed to have come from the northeast were pushed down from Chernobyl, which was captured late Thursday. As the Daily Mail reports, more Russian troops and armor are moving east from Konotop towards the capital, bypassing the city of Chernihiv, where they ran into heavy Ukrainian resistance.

Adviser to Ukraine’s interior minister Anton Herashchenko said Friday would be the “toughest day” of the war.

Once Kiev was besieged, US intelligence believed the plan would be for Russian special forces to move in and seize an airfield – possibly Sikorsky or Boryspil – which would then be used by a force of 10,000 paratroopers. Big army will be to fly in which will attack. Capital.

The paratroopers’ job will be to enter the city, find Zelensky, his ministers and lawmakers, before they are forced to sign a peace deal, handing over control of the country to a Russian or Moscow-backed puppet regime – effectively ending the war. Putin’s grassroots forces need to complete the difficult and bloody task of capturing and occupying the entire country without ending the war.

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