Ukraine announces the restoration of the city of Trostantiens, Lviv is subjected to Russian missile attacks

Ukraine announces the restoration of the city of Trostantiens, Lviv is subjected to Russian missile attacks  On Saturday, Ukrainian forces announced the recapture of the city of Trostianets in the northeastern Sumy region, while Lviv Mayor Andrei Sadovy confirmed that the city was under a new missile attack by Russian forces.  The Ukrainian forces announced, on Saturday, the recapture of the city of "Trostianets" in the "Sumy" region in the northeast of the country.  The Ukrainian National News Agency reported that the "93rd Brigade" succeeded in liberating the city of "Trostianets" in the "Sumy" region from Russian forces.  The brigade command said, in a statement posted on Facebook, that "the 93rd Brigade, with the help of the Regional Defense Forces and local militants, liberated Trostianets in the Sumy region from the Russian occupation forces," according to the agency.  "After facing a number of failures, the Russian army fled from Trostantiens, leaving behind weapons, equipment and ammunition for use by the 93rd Brigade to liberate other Ukrainian cities from occupation," the statement added.  Meanwhile, the Ukrainian mayor of Lviv, Andrei Sadovy, announced that the city was subjected to a new missile attack by Russian forces.  Sadovy said, through his account on the Telegram platform, that the missile attack occurred on Saturday evening, and there were 3 explosions as a result of it.  He pointed to the continuing threat of Russian air attacks on the city.   Earlier on Saturday, Lviv Governor Maxim Kozytsky announced that "three powerful explosions" occurred near the city, coinciding with the conclusion of US President Joe Biden's visit to refugees in neighboring Poland.  Sirens sounded in the city in western Ukraine near the border with Poland, according to the Associated Press.  Video footage from the US agency showed thick plumes of smoke rising over the city.   It should be noted that since the beginning of the Russian military operation against Ukraine, Lviv has become a safe haven for about 200,000 displaced Ukrainians.  In another context, the Ukrainian Foreign Minister announced in a written statement to Agence France-Presse on Saturday that the United States assured Kiev that it "does not oppose" the delivery of Polish fighters.  "The United States assured us that it does not oppose the transfer of aircraft," wrote Dmytro Kuleba, who met earlier with US President Joe Biden during his visit to Poland, adding that "the ball is now in Poland's court."  On February 24, Russia launched a military operation in Ukraine, which was followed by angry international reactions and the imposition of "tough" economic and financial sanctions on Moscow.  To end the operation, Russia requires Ukraine to abandon any plans to join military entities, including the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), and to adhere to complete neutrality, which Kyiv considers an "interference in its sovereignty."

On Saturday, Ukrainian forces announced the recapture of the city of Trostianets in the northeastern Sumy region, while Lviv Mayor Andrei Sadovy confirmed that the city was under a new missile attack by Russian forces.

The Ukrainian forces announced, on Saturday, the recapture of the city of "Trostianets" in the "Sumy" region in the northeast of the country.

The Ukrainian National News Agency reported that the "93rd Brigade" succeeded in liberating the city of "Trostianets" in the "Sumy" region from Russian forces.

The brigade command said, in a statement posted on Facebook, that "the 93rd Brigade, with the help of the Regional Defense Forces and local militants, liberated Trostianets in the Sumy region from the Russian occupation forces," according to the agency.

"After facing a number of failures, the Russian army fled from Trostantiens, leaving behind weapons, equipment and ammunition for use by the 93rd Brigade to liberate other Ukrainian cities from occupation," the statement added.

Meanwhile, the Ukrainian mayor of Lviv, Andrei Sadovy, announced that the city was subjected to a new missile attack by Russian forces.

Sadovy said, through his account on the Telegram platform, that the missile attack occurred on Saturday evening, and there were 3 explosions as a result of it.

He pointed to the continuing threat of Russian air attacks on the city.


Earlier on Saturday, Lviv Governor Maxim Kozytsky announced that "three powerful explosions" occurred near the city, coinciding with the conclusion of US President Joe Biden's visit to refugees in neighboring Poland.

Sirens sounded in the city in western Ukraine near the border with Poland, according to the Associated Press.

Video footage from the US agency showed thick plumes of smoke rising over the city.


It should be noted that since the beginning of the Russian military operation against Ukraine, Lviv has become a safe haven for about 200,000 displaced Ukrainians.

In another context, the Ukrainian Foreign Minister announced in a written statement to Agence France-Presse on Saturday that the United States assured Kiev that it "does not oppose" the delivery of Polish fighters.

"The United States assured us that it does not oppose the transfer of aircraft," wrote Dmytro Kuleba, who met earlier with US President Joe Biden during his visit to Poland, adding that "the ball is now in Poland's court."

On February 24, Russia launched a military operation in Ukraine, which was followed by angry international reactions and the imposition of "tough" economic and financial sanctions on Moscow.

To end the operation, Russia requires Ukraine to abandon any plans to join military entities, including the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), and to adhere to complete neutrality, which Kyiv considers an "interference in its sovereignty."
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