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Russia shocked by Ukraine’s setback; Moscow responded by saying that the first phase of the war was over

Moscow: Russia says the first phase of the Ukraine war is over. In order to reduce Ukraine’s military capability. The Russian Defense Ministry said on Friday that it would focus on the liberation of the pro-Russian Donbass region, Reuters reported.

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A decade and a half after the start of the Ukraine occupation, there was a decisive response from Russia. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Selensky has responded to Russia’s call for an end to the first phase of the Ukrainian war. The wave of war has not abated. He said the country had dealt a heavy blow against the occupying forces.

Sergei Rudskoy, the head of the Russian General Staff Main, said that the Ukrainian army was able to reduce its combat capability. He added that the next major move would be to focus on Donbass. A month after the start of the war, Russia has not been able to control any Ukrainian city. Russia has only been able to bomb and shell against strong defenses. Russia’s attempt to seize the capital, Kiev, has suffered a major setback. Russia was forced to withdraw from several locations due to strong resistance from Ukrainian forces. Ukraine recaptured cities including Borispol under Kiev.

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It has been confirmed that 300 people have been killed in a Russian airstrike on a theater in the city of Mariupol on the 16th of this month. The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a police station. As a result of the war, a quarter of Ukraine’s 44 million people were forced to flee their homes. Of these, more than 3.7 million have emigrated. More and more people came to neighboring Poland. Most of the houses in Ukraine are in dilapidated condition.

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Thousands of people have been killed in Ukraine since the Russian offensive began on February 24. Both countries have not yet given the exact number of soldiers killed. Millions fled. The refugees are arriving in large numbers in Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Moldova, Romania and Belarus. Most people came to Poland.

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