Russian army's big attack in Kharkiv, news of many people killed

Russian army's big attack in Kharkiv, news of many people killed

The Russian army has again intensified attacks on Ukraine's second-largest city, Kharkiv. On Wednesday, 20 people were killed in a Russian rocket attack. Many civilians were among those killed. Meanwhile, there are reports of a drone attack on an oil refinery located eight kilometers inside the Russian border. The attack caused a fire in the factory. Two drones were seen over the factory before the attack.

It has been described as an attack by the Ukrainian army by crossing the border. Meanwhile, a video of the city of Svyrodonsk in Donbass has surfaced. That video shows that fighting is going on in some parts there. By the way, most of the area there has been occupied by the Russian army and supported fighters.

Drone attacks have been carried out on a major Russian oil refinery near the Ukrainian border. A Russian refinery has claimed that two drones coming from the direction of Ukraine attacked the plant near the border on Wednesday. The attack was so powerful that the plant had to stop production. In recent months, there have been several attacks on Russian territories bordering Ukraine.

According to the report of the news agency Reuters, recently the Ukrainian army attacked the oil extraction platform from the Black Sea in Russian-occupied Crimea. It was the first time in nearly four months of war that Ukrainian forces had targeted a major Russian base outside the country. Three people were injured in this attack.

Heavy bombing continues in eastern Ukraine

Russia has not yet completely annexed eastern Ukraine. To capture this area, he has intensified the bombardment with full force. "Everything is burning," said Sherhi Hydari, governor of the Luhansk region. After weeks of fighting, Russia has failed to capture the Azot chemical plant in Svyrodonsk, where more than 500 Ukrainians are taking refuge.

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Sri Lanka is facing an economic crisis and wants to buy oil from Russia, two ministers will visit Russia

Sri Lanka is facing an economic crisis and wants to buy oil from Russia, two ministers will visit Russia

Troubled Sri Lanka is exploring options to buy oil from Russia. A senior minister said on Sunday. Sri Lanka is desperate to replenish its dwindling fuel stocks amid an unprecedented economic crisis due to a severe shortage of foreign exchange reserves. On Sunday, the price of petrol was hiked by LKR 50 and diesel by LKR 60 respectively, which is the third price revision in two months.

State-owned refinery Ceylon Petroleum Corporation on Saturday informed the Sri Lankan government that the move was necessitated after the arrival of fuel shipments was delayed due to banking and logistical reasons. Given the dire scenario, Sri Lanka's Minister of Power and Energy Kanchana Wijesekera stressed that the government is exploring options to buy oil from Russia. He said, “We are looking for diplomatic channels. The last ship to arrive was a Russian ship."

Two ministers to visit Russia on Monday
Wijesekera said on Sunday that our first letter of credit was rejected by international banks because the ship was owned by a Russian company. He said the two ministers are scheduled to visit Russia on Monday to discuss fuel and other diplomatic matters. Let us tell you that last week, the Sri Lankan government approached several companies suggested by the Russian Embassy in Colombo for the purchase of crude oil.

"Meanwhile, the government has also decided to implement a token system for the supply of fuel to the people waiting in the queue at the filling station," Wijesekera said. The minister said, “This program will be implemented from Monday, for which the government has sought the help of the soldiers from the police and the army.”

shortage of essentials in Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka is facing the worst economic crisis since independence in 1948, due to which food, medicine, cooking gas, and fuel are being sold across the country. There has been a severe shortage of essential commodities like

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