''Putin's assassination will be a great service to the world''-says US senator Lindsay Graham

Assassination of Vladimir Putin: Today is the ninth day of the Russia-Ukraine war and so far both sides have suffered heavy losses. While Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has refused to kneel before the enemy, Russian President Putin is unwilling to back down.

Eight days after the start of the Russia-Ukraine war. The paper, which seemed very simple to Russia, became difficult in Ukraine. Russia has not yet gained control of the Ukrainian capital, Kiev. Meanwhile, US Senator Lindsay Graham has called on Russian President Vladimir Putin to step down. Remarkably, he appealed to the Russian military.

'Is there a knight in Russia? Who is more successful in the Russian army than Colonel Stauffenberg? Russia's nightmare will only end if Putin is assassinated. You will do a great job for your country and for the world, "said US Senator Lindsay Graham in a tweet calling for Putin's assassination.

French President Emmanuel Macron has called on Russian President Vladimir Putin to halt attacks on Ukraine once again, according to a statement on social media on Thursday. But Putin is not ready to back down.

Attack on Ukraine's largest nuclear power plant

Russia, meanwhile, laid siege to Ukraine's largest nuclear power plant, Zaporizhia, on Friday morning. After this, flames were seen coming out of the nuclear power plant.

According to Andrei Tuz, a spokesman for Europe's largest nuclear power plant, the plant caught fire following a Russian attack on a power station in the southern Ukrainian city of Enerhodar. High levels of radiation were found in the area of ​​the Zaporizia nuclear power plant. About 25% of electricity is supplied to the country from this project. He also called for an immediate end to the fighting in order to extinguish the fire and prevent further destruction. Enerhoder is a city located on the Dnieper River. It accounts for about a quarter of the country's electricity generation.

Major losses to the Russian army:

Russia's military has also suffered heavy losses in the war with Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin has taken command of the army to encourage troops. Putin has announced that an additional 35 million rupees will be paid to the families of soldiers killed during the special operation in Ukraine.

Yesterday, Russia officially acknowledged that nearly 500 of its troops had been killed in the war. Ukraine, on the other hand, claims that 9,000 soldiers have been killed so far.

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