Russian powers pound Ukraine, Zelenskiy cautions of additional serious assaults
(Reuters) - Russian powers went ahead with their hostile across a few Ukrainian locales on Monday,
while President Volodymyr Zelensky cautioned of the potential for additional serious assaults in front of Ukraine's 31st commemoration of autonomy from Soviet rule.
"Ukraine, obviously, had nothing to do with this since we are not a lawbreaker state, similar to the Russian Federation,
furthermore, besides, we are not a fear monger state," Mykhailo Podolyak said on Ukrainian TV.
"Ukraine's accomplices have been all educated about what the psychological militant state can get ready during the current week," Zelensky said in his daily video address, alluding to Russia.
Big guns shells descended upon Nikopol, a city close to Zaporizhzhia - Europe's greatest atomic plant, while rockets struck close to the Black Sea port of Odesa over the course of the end of the week.
Zelensky has called for watchfulness, saying Moscow could take a stab at "something especially revolting" in front of Wednesday,
which denotes Ukraine's Independence Day and furthermore a portion of a year since Russia attacked Ukraine on Feb. 24.
Zelensky said he had examined "every one of the dangers" with French President Emmanuel Macron and word had additionally been shipped off different pioneers including Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan and U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.