Russian military unleashes missile attacks on Ukraine’s industrial hub Lviv

The brutal Russian military’s missile offensive has brought down Lviv’s 3 major military infrastructure units, including an automobile mechanic unit.

The Russian-Ukraine war enters the 55th day of the offensive and now it’s a very dangerous and critical time for Ukraine. The Russian military has unleashed Kalibr missile offensives on the city of Lviv. On Monday Several other mixed attacks of missile and on-ground targets have been doing rounds now that the Russian troops have been directed to go all out to massacre Ukrainians.

 

Lviv looks like a ghost town with black smoke rising into the skies, for 2 months now the attacks have been quite unpredictable and civilians fled the city of Lviv whether safely or have lost their lives midway is unknown, however, reports suggest that close to 8 civilians have been gunned down. To Putin’s anger, Lviv is the strategic region where NATO sends its war supplies and the foreign military has joined to combat Russian troops in the city of Lviv.

 

The targeted attacks on Lviv came in as the Russian military gathers its artillery in the south and east of Ukraine moreso in the Russian-speaking Donbas region which is the industrial heartland in Ukraine.

 

Zelenskyy’s unflinching motive to join NATO got him to submit a form to obtain a Fastrack membership with NATO. This alignment with the European Union has been a constant source of frustration to Russian President Vladimir Putin. Ukrainian President Zelenskyy will not bend and continue pursuing NATO membership.

 

The brutal Russian military’s missile offensive has brought down Lviv’s 3 major military infrastructure units, including an automobile mechanic shop which included a child as per the area’s governor Maksym Kozytskyy. Lviv is the largest city and a prominent transportation hub in the western region of Ukraine. It is 50 miles away from the NATO member Poland.

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