Zelensky Warns: Russia-Ukraine war is taking a new turn, Putin’s army is besieging Kyiv, Zelensky said – do not know how many hours are left

Zelensky Warns: Russia-Ukraine war is taking a new turn, Putin's army is besieging Kyiv, Zelensky said - do not know how many hours are left
Kyiv : The Russia-Ukraine war seems to be taking a new turn on the 17th day. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has said that Russian troops appear to be regrouping for a possible attack on Kyiv. Reports of preparations for a new attack on Kyiv come at a time when the US has imposed new sanctions on senior Kremlin officials and Russian elites. The war has now entered its third week.

Zelensky is constantly addressing his country from Kyiv. Now he has said that Ukraine has reached an important strategic turning point. “It is impossible to say how many days we have left to keep Ukraine independent,” Zelensky said. But we will protect it. We are already moving towards our goal, our victory. The US on Friday imposed sanctions on Russian billionaire Viktor Vekselberg, three family members of President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman and Russian lawmakers.
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Convoy shown in satellite images
Earlier on Friday, a large Russian military convoy was seen near the capital Kyiv. The BBC reported in a report that satellite images from an American firm showed a large Russian military convoy was deployed to attack Kyiv. The convoy was last seen near Antonov Airport, northwest of Kyiv, and its movement is indicating a renewed advance towards the city.

Cannons ready to fire shells
Photographer Maxar Technologies said parts of the convoy were in nearby cities. The BBC reported that other parts were further north, while artillery was now in firing position. This renewed deployment has apparently been seen after the Russian military launched attacks on new targets in various parts of the country. Meanwhile an airfield and jet engine factory in Lutsk in the northwest were targeted.

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