Russian missile strike in Odesa, 19 killed; A terrorist country is killing our citizens - Ukraine.




  • "A terrorist country is killing our citizens," said Andrei Yarmak, head of the office of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.


At least 19 people have been killed in a Russian missile strike on a residential area near the Ukrainian port city of Odesa. The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a Russian military base. The Ukrainian president's office said three X-22 missiles fired from a Russian bomber crashed into a building and two camps. The country is fighting its citizens to avenge the defeat in the war-torn region.



Ukraine's security service said 19 people, including two children, were killed in the attack. Thirty-eight people, including six children and a pregnant woman, have been admitted to the hospital. These people live in a residential building. The day before the attack, Russian troops had withdrawn from Snake Island. This reduced the risk to Odesa.


Modi discusses with Putin

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a telephone conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday. Prime Minister Modi reiterated India's role in resolving the Ukraine crisis through diplomacy and dialogue. -



In a statement by the Prime Minister's Office, the two leaders discussed global issues, including international energy and food market conditions. The two leaders reviewed the implementation of a decision taken during Putin's visit to India in December 2021.

The two leaders discussed promoting bilateral trade, mainly in agricultural commodities, fertilizers, and pharmaceutical products.


The role of the United States and its allies seems to have changed. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was invited to the G-7 summit this week. At the time, India did not need to side with anyone. How did India take advantage of its geopolitical position from the role of Western countries? India supported the import of crude oil from Russia to curb rising inflation.



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