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While the Russian president was bidding farewell to his ‘dear friend’ and Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping, on the other hand, Ukraine was being targeted by Russian missiles and drone attacks.
According to the British news agency Reuters, on Wednesday night, Russia blew up an apartment block in Ukraine with missiles and carried out drone attacks in different cities of the country.

Fires in two adjacent residential buildings have been brought under control in the southern Ukrainian city of Zaporizhia, where authorities said two missile strikes killed one person and injured 33 others.
Regional police chief Andriy Nebitov said eight people were killed and seven wounded after drone strikes hit two hostels and a college in a riverside town south of Kiev.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky tweeted that “the world needs more unity and determination to quickly defeat Russian terrorism and save lives,” and shared a video showing a building being exploded. It has been shown.
A playground and parking lot in Zaporizhia was littered with glass, debris and wrecked vehicles.
An elderly woman with scratches on her face sat alone on a bench, wiping away tears and praying.
“When I came out, it was a disaster,” said 24-year-old Ivan Nali Vaiko. There was smoke, people screaming, debris. Then the fire fighters and rescue personnel came.
Sirens were ringing in the capital and parts of northern Ukraine during the night. The military says it shot down 16 of the 21 Iranian-made suicide drones.
President Volodymyr Zelensky said in a video address late last night that it is “painful to see the cities of Donbas where Russia has brought destruction.”
International groups have estimated that the reconstruction of Ukraine will cost 4 trillion 11 billion dollars.
On the other hand, the head of the United Nations nuclear agency has said that the situation at Ukraine’s Zaporizhia power plant is “dangerous” after the Russian missile attack this month.
The plant has been relying on a single backup power line since the March 9 Russian attack, according to International Atomic Energy Agency chief Rafael Grossi.
Rafael Grossi said in a statement that nuclear security is in a state of uncertainty.

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