Russia-Ukraine War: Russian forces bomb 40 Ukrainian military bases

Russia-Ukraine War:

Over the past 24 hours, the Russian military has targeted 40 military bases in Ukraine, including four stockpiles of weapons sent by Western countries.

Artillery and their shells were also kept in the weapons stores that were destroyed. Ukrainian officials have said that the Russian military is causing severe damage to Ukraine’s rail traffic. 

On Tuesday, Russia had attacked six railway stations in Ukraine and caused heavy damage to them. Ukraine’s head of rail traffic, Oleksandr Kamyshin, said 14 trains were running late in the country because of the attacks.

Several casualties were reported in central Ukraine’s Dnipro region and Kirovovd. The railway is the main means of public transport in Ukraine. It also has links with neighboring countries. 

Russia’s ally Belarus has announced major military exercises as the Russian military has stepped up attacks in eastern Ukraine. Tens of thousands of people have been killed in the fighting, and more than 5.5 million Ukrainians have fled to other countries. 

Most of the cities of Ukraine have suffered heavy losses due to Russian attacks.

On Tuesday alone, the Russian Air Force carried out more than 50 airstrikes in Ukraine. In recent days, Russian forces have increased attacks in western Ukraine. Their purpose is to target foreign military material coming in large quantities through Poland, Romania etc. The Russian military is also targeting Ukraine’s railway network to intercept foreign material. 

600 killed in Mariupol theater bombing

About 600 people were killed in the Russian bombing of the Donetsk Academic Drama Theater in Mariupol on March 16. This is known from the people present in the theater and the debris present there at the time of the bombing. The bombing was carried out by Russian planes when a children’s banner was placed on top of the theater building. The Russian military said that Ukrainian fighters were based in the theater building.


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