Russian President Putin has announced that he will deliver missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads to Belarus, which borders Ukraine.
Again, the nuclear threat card was pulled out, and Ukrainian President Zelensky expressed his will to resist, saying he would never give in.
Correspondent Kim Seok-jae.
The entire building has been turned into ruins with only the skeleton remaining due to Russian bombing.
[Ponomarenko/Citizens of Harukiu: There was a missile attack targeting the office building last night.]
In the eastern Donbas region, the evacuation procession of residents from Russian bombing has started again.
[Andri / Donbas local residents: The house was completely destroyed by Russian bombing.
What can we do in this situation?]
The Russian military has rained 45 missiles across Ukraine in the last 24 hours.
Russian President Vladimir Putin pulled out another nuclear threat card during a meeting with Belarusian President.
He said he would deliver missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads to Belarus, which borders Ukraine, within months.
[Putin/Russian President: We will give Belarus a tactical missile system that can be used as a ballistic and cruise missile in a few months.]
Ukrainian President Zelensky said he would not give in to any threat and must restore the cities captured by the Russian army. He said he would find it.
[Zelensky/President of Ukraine: We will intensify the offensive without pressure.
No Russian attack, including missiles, can break the spirit of the Ukrainians.]
President Zelensky also called for massive military support from the West to prevent Russian missile attacks.
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