Russia drops 30 banned phosphorus bombs on Yunakivka community
The war between Russia and Ukraine has been going on for almost 4 months. The European Union (EU) has officially recognized Ukraine as a candidate for membership. On the 120th day of the Russo-Ukraine War, on the other hand, Russian forces have captured two cities in eastern Ukraine. Now Russia is occupying a major highway and is trying to encircle some Ukrainian troops by blocking food supplies.
Ukraine, on the other hand, claims that the Russian military used banned phosphorus bombs on it. Ukraine said in a statement that the Russian military had dropped about 30 banned phosphorus bombs from the GRAD multiple launch rocket system on the Yunakivka community in the Sumy region.
The British Defense Ministry said Ukrainian troops had been withdrawn from some areas near the city of Lisichansk to avoid the possibility of a siege. Here the Russian army is firing heavily. Ukraine’s President Zelensky has criticized Russia on the issue. “Russia is not following the rules of war,” he said. The Russian army has dropped phosphorus bombs on Ukraine, stopping the war.
The Russian army fired mortars at the Seredina-Buda community. Russia has carried out a series of 20 bombings, in which many people have been injured. Russia has reportedly carried out nearly 100 attacks on the Sumi community in the past few days.
Ukraine has been granted candidate status to join the European Union. European Council President Charles Michel shared the information on Twitter. He said Ukraine and Moldova have been given EU candidate status. According to Microsoft, Russia has gathered intelligence from 42 countries through alleged hacking. The report said that Russia was successful in 29% of hacking attempts and 7.25% of these attempts.