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Russia tells Kyiv residents to move out of their homes.

Russia tells Kyiv residents to move out of  their homes.

The Russia’s defense ministry is telling residents in Kyiv to evacuate their homes as it plans to strike the Ukrainian capital. The outfit states it would strike the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) and the 72nd Center for Information and Psychological Operations. Russia set to launch high precision strikes. In a statement issued on Tuesday,

The Russia’s defense ministry is telling residents in Kyiv to evacuate their homes as it plans to strike the Ukrainian capital. The outfit states it would strike the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) and the 72nd Center for Information and Psychological Operations.

Russia set to launch high precision strikes.

In a statement issued on Tuesday, the defense ministry stated that the Russian forces are preparing to launch “high-precision strikes” against the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) and the 72nd Center for Information and Psychological Operations (PSO) in Kyiv.

According to the ministry, “We urge Ukrainian citizens involved by Ukrainian nationalists in provocations against Russia, as well as Kiev residents living near relay stations, to leave their homes,” the ministry added.

It comes as Russia begun pounding Ukraine’s second-largest city, Kharkiv on Tuesday, in what the nation President has called a flagrant campaign of terror by Moscow. President Volodymyr Zenlensky, said in a broadcast that “Nobody will forgive. Nobody will forget,” he vowed.

Following indiscriminate shelling in Ukraine, the International Criminal Court on Monday stated it would open an investigation to ascertain if Russia has committed war crimes against humanity in Ukraine. The decision was declared hours after peace talks in Belarus ended without progress.

On Tuesday, in Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-biggest city, with a population of about 1.5 million, at least six people were killed when the region’s Soviet-era administrative building was hit. Explosions tore through residential areas, and a maternity ward was moved to an underground shelter to reduce casualty figures.

Kharkiv’s Freedom Square — Ukraine’s largest plaza, and the nucleus of public life for the city was struck with what was believed to be a missile. In an attack seen by many Ukrainians as brazen evidence that the Russian invasion wasn’t just about hitting military targets, but also about breaking their spirits.”

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