The Kremlin Thursday: Ukrainian saboteurs of crossing into western Russia Firearms were also used to attack villagers. Ukraine denied the claim and warned that Moscow could use the allegations to justify stepping up its own attacks in the ongoing war.

These are the exact facts of According to the reports, attack The strategic purposes of the Bryansk area were not clear. of This was a vicious attack. Two civilians died in the attack, according to the regional governor.

If confirmed, it would be another indication following drone attacks earlier this week that Kyiv may be intensifying pressure against Moscow by exposing Russian defensive weaknesses, embarrassing the Kremlin and spreading unease among Russian civilians.

Russian President Vladimir Putin blamed Ukrainian “terrorists” For the incursion they claimed that they had deliberately targeted civilians (including children) “yet another terror attack, another crime.”

“They infiltrated the area near the border and opened fire on civilians,” Putin spoke during a conference call. “They saw a civilian vehicle with civilians, with children in it, and they fired on them.”

Putin had just ordered that the Federal Security Service increase controls after this alleged invasion. Russia’s border with Ukraine.

While Russian war hawks have expressed dismay with what they see as Putin’s reluctance to declare martial law and launch a sweeping mobilization of soldiers, the Russian leader’s comments Thursday did not appear to signal any such moves.

The Kremlin Indicted Ukrainian saboteurs of Crossing into Russia And firing upon the villagers.

Putin is to be blamed attack “neo-Nazis” It confirmed this, he said Russia The Ukrainian government did what was right by entering Ukraine. “I repeat again: They will not succeed, and we will finish pushing them out,” He stated.

When he ordered the invasion, the Russian leader vowed to “denazify” Ukraine claims that extremist neo Nazi groups control the country under a Jewish leader. Kyiv along with Western allies rejected his claim as bogus and a cover for unprovoked acts of aggression.

Ukraine’s military intelligence representative, Andrii Cherniak, saw the Russian claims as evidence that Moscow is facing an uprising among its own disgruntled people.

“This was done by the Russians; Ukraine has nothing to do with it,” He told The Associated Press.

An organization calling itself Russian Volunteer Corps claims it has crossed into Canada. Russia The video also called for Russian rebels. The group’s statement did not explain what actions it took or what specific objectives it wanted to achieve.

Russian Volunteer Corps describes itself as “a volunteer formation in the Armed Forces of Ukraine.” It is not known much about this group and it’s unclear if there are any connections with The. Ukrainian military.

This group, which was established in August, primarily consists of of Russian far-right extremists anti-Putin who are linked to Ukrainian Michael Colborne, an investigator for Bellingcat, believes far-right groups.

Colborne stated on Twitter: Ukrainian Military intelligence “very likely” The incursion was approved.

Ukrainian Mykhailo Podolyak, presidential advisor, described Russian claims as “a classic deliberate provocation.”

Russia “wants to scare its people to justify the attack on another country (and) the growing poverty after the year of war,” He tweeted that he believed Russian partisans were responsible for the events in Bryansk.

Bryansk Gov. Alexander Bogomaz stated that two civilians were killed and a child was injured by the attackers. of Lyubechane.

Russia’s Federal Security Service said it acted together with the military to “eliminate armed Ukrainian nationalists who violated the state border.” Later the agency said that the attackers were being pushed back to Ukraine. “where a massive artillery strike was inflicted on them.” The claim could not be verified.

Putin cancels planned visit to the southern part of Russia Russia Because of The attack. He will chair the weekly meeting. of The Russian Security Council met Friday.

When reporters asked whether this activity warrants a change to the status, they replied that it did. of The conflict is Kremlin Dmitry Peskov, spokesperson for the company said that “I can’t say for now.”

A spate of incidents led to the raid on Bryansk. of drone attacks. Drone attacks on Tuesday Kremlin These were the words of Ukraine’s pilots who flew deep. inside Russian territory includes one within 60 miles (100 km) of Moscow. Russian Defense Ministry said that Wednesday’s attack on a drone was repelled by the military. attack Crimea

In Ukraine’s southern city of Zaporizhzhia was hit by a Russian ballistic missile that struck an apartment complex of five stories. It killed three people and wounded six more.

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A Russian drone attack hit people standing in line for humanitarian aid in a village in southern Ukraine’s Kherson region, wounding nine people, including a 16-year-old, the regional administration said.

Ukrainian Volodymyr Zelensky was President Russia “wants to turn every day for our people into a day of terror,” This is an additional feature “evil will not reign in our land.”

A Ukrainian service member prepares to shoot from a towed howitzer
Ukraine has denied this claim.

Russian drones, artillery and missiles were pounded Ukrainian-held areas in the country’s south and east for months. Moscow claims it does not aim at civilian targets but its incessant shelling has caused widespread destruction within urban centers.

The war was largely stopped to a grinding halt during winter months. However, a fierce struggle for control continued. of Bakhmut, an important eastern stronghold. Ukrainian officials say they might strategically withdraw.

The Ukrainian military’s general staff reported that Russian forces “continue to advance and storm the city,” but Kyiv’s troops repelled some of They launched an attack. The Russian fighters would have a rare opportunity to gain a battlefield advantage after many months of fighting for the capture of the city. of setbacks, but it might rupture Ukraine’s supply lines and allow the Kremlin’s forces to press toward other Ukrainian Donetsk holds strongholds

Other developments include the US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov talked briefly Thursday at a meeting of top diplomats from the Group of 20 nations. This was the first high-level summit in several months. Russia The US.

Reporters were able to speak with a senior US official about the condition of Blinken said anonymity was necessary to speak about private conversations “disabused” Lavrov of Any notion that the US is waning support for Ukraine