Maj. Gen. Igor Konashenkov, a spokesperson for the Russian Defense Ministry, said Russian ships and planes fired missiles against the installations Russia hits an oil processing plant on Sunday, which he said were used to give gasoline to Ukrainian soldiers near Mykolaiv.
According to an audio message broadcast by the Italian news agency ANSA, Odessa was awoken at 5:45 a.m. Sunday by military sirens, followed by the sounds of bombs landing on Russia hits an oil processing plant port city from two aircraft.
In other news from Ukraine, Vitali Klitschko mayor of Kyiv, has expressed his horror at what he described as “cruel war crimes” done by Russian soldiers in the town of Bucha, northwest of the capital.
Russia will achieve all of the aims of its “special military operation” in Ukraine and hopes that Moscow and Kiev can ultimately sign some sort of peace deal, the Kremlin
An AP crew on Sunday saw the bodies of at least nine people who appear to have been executed. At least two of them had their hands tied behind their backs. They were all in civilian clothes and at least three were naked from the waist up. One appeared shot in the chest from close range.
“Bucha massacre was deliberate. Russians aim to eliminate as many Ukrainians as they can. We must stop them and kick them out. I demand new devastating G7 sanctions NOW,” Kuleba wrote on Twitter.
Klitschko said Russian President Vladimir Putin was responsible for these “cruel war crimes,” adding that civilians had been “shot with tied hands.”
Klitschko called on the the whole world and especially Germany to immediately end gas imports from Russia.
He said that “especially for Germany, there can only be one consequence: Not a penny should go to Russia anymore, that’s bloody money used to slaughter people. The gas and oil embargo must come immediately.”