10 days of struggling. Russia’s struggle towards Ukraine in photographs
Russian President Vladimir Putin launched what he referred to as “a particular army operation” towards Ukraine on Feb. 24, de facto declaring struggle on the nation.
Putin claimed to have “no ailing intentions in the direction of neighboring international locations” and denied firing missiles on the civil infrastructure throughout what he referred to as a marketing campaign to “disarm and de-Nazify” Ukraine.
In the meantime, Russian troops shelled civilians in residential areas, burned homes, colleges, and kindergartens throughout Ukraine.
Ten days after Russia’s full-scale struggle towards Ukraine started, a whole lot of Ukrainians are lifeless, hundreds are injured, and over 1,000,000 are displaced.
The Kyiv Unbiased publishes images of Ukrainian cities, destroyed by the Kremlin.