LIVE – War in Ukraine: three dead in Odessa in Russian missile attack

LIVE – War in Ukraine: three dead in Odessa in Russian missile attack
LIVE – War in Ukraine: three dead in Odessa in Russian missile attack

A Russian missile attack killed at least three people in Odessa, southwest Ukraine, local authorities reported early Wednesday.

“There is damage in terms of civil infrastructure,” said the city’s mayor, Gennadyi Trukhanov.

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Ukraine hammers it home: it needs weapons. In this sense, American Defense Minister Lloyd Austin on Tuesday encouraged countries with Patriot missile systems to donate them to kyiv, which expects more air defense weapons against Russia.

Lloyd Austin’s call comes a week after US President Joe Biden signed into law a bill providing $61 billion in military and economic aid for kyiv, sparking a slight revival of hope among Ukrainians.

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3 DEAD IN ODESSA

A Russian missile attack killed at least three people in Odessa, southwestern Ukraine, local authorities reported early Wednesday.

“The enemy attacked Odessa with ballistic missiles. As a result of the attack, three people were killed and three others injured,” Odessa Mayor Gennady Trukhanov said on the Telegram social network. “All necessary medical aid is being provided to the injured,” Odessa region governor Oleg Kiper said on Telegram. “There is damage to civilian infrastructure,” he added, without providing further information.

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“Artillery, (shells of) 155 mm caliber, long-range weapons and anti-aircraft defense, mainly Patriot systems. This is what our partners have and what should now work here in Ukraine to destroy the ambitions terrorists of Russia”launched the Ukrainian head of state.

In mid-April, NATO members agreed to send more anti-aircraft defense systems, including Patriot batteries, kyiv having requested at least seven, in the face of increasing Russian pressure on the ground.


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