Russians launched over 380 attacks on Ukraine in a single week – Zelenskyy

Russian attack on Odesa on May 1
Russian attack on Odesa on May 1

Russian terror against Ukrainians can be stopped if international partners provided necessary air defense systems and weapons, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy wrote on Telegram on May 4.

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“Timely and sufficient decisions on air defense for Ukraine, timely supply of weapons for our soldiers is what is needed right now to protect lives,” President wrote.

He also thanked all countries that provide Ukraine with necessary defense equipment in a timely manner.

“I thank all leaders and states who understand that prompt delivery and full implementation of agreements is what protects not only Ukrainians, but every nation against which Russian terror may be directed,” Zelenskyy added.

Russian strikes on Ukraine over the past week

Russians launched a missile strike on Odesa on April 29. According to regionnal administration, six people were killed and 32 people were injured. Kivalov's castle, also known as Harry Potter's castle, caught fire.

Russia hits Kharkiv with multiple rocket launchers, resulting in hits in Kyivskyi and Kholodnohirskyi districts of city on April 30. According to Kharkiv Mayor Ihor Terekhov, Kyivskyi district was hit in a residential area. One person was killed and nine others were wounded.

Russia fired ballistic missiles at Odesa again for third day in a row on May 1. They hit a marshaling yard and a Nova Poshta office, large-scale fire broke out. All 18 employees of company managed to escape.

Russians hit Kholodnohirsky district of Kharkiv with anti-aircraft missiles, damaging houses on May 2. It was reported that a woman of retirement age was killed and two other people were injured.

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Russians attacked Ukraine with shaheds and rockets on May 4. Air defense forces shot down all the drones, but in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast one of the drones damaged a critical infrastructure facility and injured two people. A large fire also broke out in Kharkiv and took over five hours to extinguish. Four people were injured, including one child.

In addition, Russians shelled Kharkiv, Kherson, Zaporizhzhia, Sumy, and Donetsk Oblast almost daily.

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