Russia is less than 25 km from Kiev, says UK

Police officers and residents stand beside a shell crater in front of a house damaged by recent shootings, on the outskirts of Kyiv on March 12, 2022. – Russian troops increase pressure in Kyiv on March 12, 2022. The northwestern suburbs of the capital, including Irpin and Bucha, had endured days of heavy bombardment while Russian armored vehicles advanced on the northeastern edge. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP) (Photo by DIMITAR DILKOFF/AFP via Getty Images)

  • Russian troops are less than 25 km from Kiev

  • The information comes from a report by the British Ministry of Defense intelligence service.

  • UK sends plane with medical equipment and humanitarian aid to Ukraine

Russian troops advanced further Saturday (12) towards Kiev and was less than 25 km from the Ukrainian capital. The information is from the G1 portal.

The distance was revealed in a report by the British Ministry of Defence’s intelligence service, which sent a plane with medical equipment and humanitarian aid to Ukraine.

Throughout this morning, explosions and gunfire were heard on the outskirts of the city, and houses in a nearby town were recorded as burning in the nearby town of Moschun.

As a result of these advances, plans to evacuate residents of Kiev and the surrounding area throughout Saturday were disrupted.

In Donetsk, local officials also said Russian troops did not respect humanitarian corridors.

On Saturday, the Ukrainian government announced new humanitarian corridors in several cities and towns.

Ukraine gained strength in the war against Russia. One of the most famous snipers in the world will help the country against the Russian invasion. Known during his operations as Wali, he rose to global prominence after shooting down an ISIS target 3.5km away during fighting in Iraq in 2017.

Guardian is one of the top combatants from his position in the Canadian Armed Forces. He previously participated in missions in Afghanistan and Iraq.

News of the Canadian veteran’s arrival has been published as a way to strengthen the morale of the country’s civilians and military.

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