Russia-Ukraine Updates: Death Toll From Attack In Dnipro Rises!

This live blog is closed. Thank you for joining us. These were the updates on the Russia-Ukraine war on Sunday, January 15, 2023.

Dnipro Death Toll Climbs To 30: Regional Governor’s Adviser

According to Natalia Babachenko, an advisor to the regional governor, 30 persons have already been verified killed after a prominent Russian missile attack struck an apartment building complex in the city of Dnipro.

According to Babachenko, there were over 30 patients in hospitals, 12 of whom had severe conditions.

She estimated that 30 to 40 persons may still be buried beneath the debris.

Belarus Says Air Force Drills With Russia Purely Defensive

According to the RIA Novosti news agency, the joint air force exercises between Belarus and Russia, scheduled to begin next week, would only be defensive and will concentrate on reconnaissance flights and how to prevent an impending attack.

Russia-Ukraine Updates: Death Toll From Attack In Dnipro Rises
Russia-Ukraine Updates: Death Toll From Attack In Dnipro Rises

A flurry of military activity in the nation has sparked new concerns in Kyiv and the West that Russia may be preparing to use its ally – which served as a springboard for Russia’s invasion last February – to mount a new ground offensive on Ukraine. Minsk also stated that it was “ready” for any “provocative actions” by Ukraine.

Germany: Russians Responsible For War Crimes In Ukraine ‘Must Be Held Accountable

The leaders and forces of Russia accountable for war crimes in Ukraine “must be held accountable,” according to the German Ministry of Defense.

Annalena Baerbock, Germany’s foreign minister, will also visit the Hague.

Zelenskyy: 25 People Killed In Attack On Residential Block In Dnipro

According to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, the death toll from a missile assault on a Dnipro apartment building has increased to 25.

Zelenskyy said in a Telegram post that 25 individuals had passed away, one of them a youngster.

He stated that 43 individuals were still missing, and 39 had been saved.

According to the Ukrainian leader, 13 children were among the 73 injured.

According to him, almost 230 apartments were damaged, and about 72 were demolished.

Zelenskyy declared, “We continue to battle for every life. “My sympathies to all the victims’ family members and friends.”

Nato Chief: More Heavy Weapons For Ukraine ‘Shortly’

According to a recent interview with German media, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, Ukraine can soon anticipate receiving additional heavy armament deployments from Western nations.

Before this week’s meeting of the Ukraine Defense Contact Group at Ramstein Air Base in Germany, which oversees the supply of armaments to Kyiv, Stoltenberg said, “The recent pledges for heavy warfare equipment are crucial, and I expect more shortly.” Keep yourself updated with all the latest news from our website and get all the recent updates.

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