“The situation is changing very much.” The mayor of Zhytomyr announced the attack of the Belarusian attack on Ukraine
So on June 28, after the celebration on the occasion of the Constitution Day of Ukraine, Sergei Sukhomlin approved the opinion of the mayor of Zhytomyr.
His video media commentary posted on YouTube Public.
“If a few weeks ago I said that the probability of an attack is definitely close, now the situation is changing very much … We will watch, but we will be ready for this,” Sukhomlin said.
On a possible missile attack on Zhytomyr Sukhomlin protection on Facebook June 27th.
“Yesterday I spoke about a possible missile attack… On the eve of the missile attack on June 24, I received estimated information… Thank God, today the information was not confirmed, and everything was quiet. Kremenchug, as a result of which the Russian Federation shifted those plans that were.
War of Russia against Ukraine. Main (updated)
Since February 24, Russian troops have looked into Ukraine, including from Belarus, although a few days before the start of the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation, the Minister of Defense assured his Ukrainian colleague that there was no threat from Ukraine from Belarus.
The northern regions of Ukraine were liberated from the Russians in early April, after which the invaders withdrew, including to Belarus and were transferred to the Donbass.
On the territory of Belarus, missiles were launched at Ukrainian targets, and there were also cases of planes taking off from Belarusian airfields that fired at Ukraine. On June 25, the Russians for the first time launched an air strike on Ukraine from the airspace of Belarus from long-range Tu-22 bombers, the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported.
On June 26, Ukraine’s Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense reported that Russia was once again attracting a military presence in Belarus.
On the same day, the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine noted that the Russian invaders were preparing sabotage groups to be sent to Ukraine from Belarus.