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Russian forces captured south Ukraine city Melitopol

Russian forces captured south Ukraine city Melitopol

KYIV (REUTERS) – Russian forces captured the southeastern Ukrainian city of Melitopol on Saturday (Feb 26), Russia’s Interfax news office detailed, as Moscow propelled facilitated journey rocket and gunnery strikes on a few cities, counting the capital Kyiv.

Ukrainian authorities were not quickly accessible for comment on the destiny of Melitopol, a city of approximately 150,000 people. If affirmed, it would be the primary noteworthy populace middle the Russians have seized since their attack started on Thursday.
The Russian claim is being debated by British equipped strengths serve James Heappey. He said it was the British appraisal that Russia has so distant fizzled to capture any of its day one targets for its invasion. “Even Melitopol, which the Russians are claiming to have taken but we can’t see anything to substantiate that, are all still in Ukrainian hands,” Heappey told BBC radio.

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