Kyiv - Russia is struggling to gain full control of eastern Ukraine and is now considering using more lethal weapons of mass destruction, Ukrainian and British officials said today. The war, which has been raging for more than three months, has taken a heavy toll on both countries' lives and finances, officials said.
Today is the 109th day of the Ukraine war. Russia is focusing on the eastern part of the Donbas in Ukraine, which controls about 90 per cent. However, due to the fierce resistance of the Ukrainian troops, they have not been able to gain control over the entire area. Russia's defence ministry says Russia is considering launching anti-ship missiles used in the 1960s.
Russia's KH-22 missile has been developed to destroy aircraft carriers. However, the missiles are often inaccurate if used on the ground and could cause significant damage, officials said. Russia's state-of-the-art ballistic missile has run out of steam, officials say. Both countries have used large quantities of weapons in the war. As a result, these countries have run out of weapons, and their coffers are largely empty.
Thousands of soldiers on both sides have been killed. It is not possible to say how long this war will last. However, our forces have fiercely resisted the Russian army, and all predictions have been repeatedly foiled.
Three months after Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, Ukraine's president, has not succeeded.
A chemical plant in the city of Svirodonetsk has caught fire due to the Agarsia bombing, and thousands of tons of oil have been spilt. About 800 civilians are hiding in the basement under the same project to protect themselves from the Russian bombardment.