Boocha Mayor claims: Over 720 people killed, 200 missing in Russian attack

New Delhi | Russia Ukraine War: The bloody war between Russia and Ukraine has now become even more terrible. Earlier, only military bases were being targeted in this war, but now as the days are increasing, Russia’s attacks on civilians are also increasing. The massacre in Bucha, Ukraine, during the Russian attacks, shook the whole world. Since then Russia is being criticized everywhere. Meanwhile, President Vladimir Putin said Moscow would proceed as planned with military operations in Ukraine.

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More than 720 dead, more than 200 missing
Russia Ukraine War: The Interior Ministry of Ukraine has claimed that Russia has shown vandalism. Russian troops brutally killed more than 720 people in Butcha and other suburbs of Kyiv. More than 200 people have been reported missing after the Russian attacks. In this regard, the Mayor of Bucha Anatoly Fedoruk said that 403 bodies have been found in Bucha alone.

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Biden calls Russian attack a ‘genocide’
At the same time, US President Joe Biden is continuously attacking Russian President Putin. He once again attacked Russia on the massacre in Bucha, saying that Russia’s attack on Ukraine is a genocide.

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400 bodies buried in the city of Severodnetsk
About 400 civilians have been buried in the city of Severodnetsk near the frontline in eastern Ukraine since the start of the Russian offensive. Giving this information on Tuesday, the regional governor Sergei Gede said that in Severodonetsk, pits are dug with tractors and the graves are arranged in a register. About 400 were buried during the 48 days of the war. On the other hand, Mariupol Mayor Vadim Boychenko claims that more than 10,000 civilians have been killed so far in Ukraine’s southern port city of Mariupol due to Russian military attacks.

Bikram Singh Sidhu

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