Russian troops soon arrived in Kiev. On the second day of the attack on Ukraine, El Pais correspondents testified that the Ukrainian army was defending itself just three kilometers from parliament.
The infographic above shows that Ukraine’s military is much inferior to the invaders. Military authorities told the people of the capital to prepare Molotov cocktails to resist. But according to the United Nations, more than 50,000 Ukrainians have fled. The rest of the population took refuge in the subway and subway when the alarm sounded and a new attack was announced by the wind.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, in his last message to the country, said the attack was not aimed at civilians. “They are killing people and turning peaceful cities into military targets (…) This is bad and we will never forgive it.”
On the other hand, Russian President Vladimir Putin did not hesitate to describe Zelensky and his government as “drug addicts and neo-Nazis” and called on Ukrainian forces to seize power. “I think it will be easier for you and me to talk,” he said in a televised speech. And he added that they are not fighting the Ukrainian army, but fighting “nationalists” who act as terrorists and use human shields.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization, NATO, has decided to deploy a rapid response force to augment the Allies’ defenses against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. After a virtual meeting of Allied leaders, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg announced the deployment of the force by land, sea and air to deal with “any unpleasant situation.”
The Rapid Response Force consists of 40,000 troops capable of deploying in any situation within five days and a maximum of 30 days. Just a month ago, the United States announced that it was alerting 8,500 troops for support Potential activism of this military group.
Relatives of Ecuadorians living in Ukraine, on the other hand, held a sit-in in front of the Carondellet Palace yesterday, to help the government evacuate them. “Don’t leave them alone, Mr. President,” the parents shouted, urging the president, Guillermo Lasso, and the chancellor, Juan Carlos Holguin, to move their children to safety.
Russia’s invasion was not just military; The computer system cannot lack its ability to interfere. In Slovakia, a cyber security agency has discovered a ‘malware’ that has infected Kiev government sites.
According to the British newspaper The Guardian, before the missile attack, “there was a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack, which crippled websites by requesting false information.”
In the Argentine media infobe, Ukrainian ‘hackers’ volunteered to thwart the powerful Russian structure. “Ukrainian cyber community! It’s time to dump her and move on. “