On Sunday, Russia announced that it had bombed three military training centers in northern and western Ukraine, including one near the Polish border, in attacks on the eve of the NATO summit.
The Russian Defense Ministry said that the explosions were carried out with “high-precision weapons of the Russian Air Force and Kalibr (Cruise) missiles,” quoting the French news agency.
Among the targets hit Ukrainian military training center In the Starytchi district, in the Levi district, about 30 kilometers from the Polish border.
on Saturday, Russia said it killed “up to 80” Polish fighters, In an air strike in eastern Ukraine.
Russian authorities have removed the Polish flag from a memorial erected to commemorate the thousands of Poles massacred by the Soviets. The decision comes at the height of tensions between Moscow and Warsaw. Since the start of the Russian attack on Ukraine at the end of February.
Poland, which has supplied arms to Ukraine, is a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO, by its original abbreviation), which will meet in Madrid, Spain, from June 28-30. On Sunday, a three-day summit of the Group of Seven industrialized nations (France, the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Canada and Japan) begins in Germany.
The Russian invasion of Ukraine is the focus of both meetingsAt a time when Kyiv is demanding more weapons and more sanctions against Russia.
On Saturday, the Ukrainian Air Force declared “a massive Russian strike […] With more than 50 missiles of various types launched from the air, sea and land,” he said, the missiles used were “extremely difficult” to be intercepted by the Ukrainian defenses.
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