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Russian News Agency Claims Moscow Destroyed 3,491 Ukrainian Military Infrastructure Facilities

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TRIBUNNEWS.COM – Russian troops have destroyed 3,491 infrastructure facilities in Ukraine so far, Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said, according to Russian news agencies, Saturday (12/3/2022).

“Russian forces are continuing their offensive in Ukraine,” Konashenkov said.

However, Reuters was unable to verify the statement.

This video shot is taken from a handout footage released by the Russian Ministry of Defense on March 12, 2022, showing the spokesman for the Russian Ministry of Defense Igor Konashenkov holding a briefing.

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The following Tribunnews.com summarizes the events that occurred during the Russian invasion of Ukraine on the 17th day, quoted from The Guardian:

– Satellite images show Russian troops getting closer to Kyiv and apparently firing artillery into residential areas, Reuters reports.

Air raid sirens sounded in Kyiv in the early hours of Saturday (12/3/2022), and there were reports of large-scale shooting.

Russian troops bombarded cities across the country on Friday (11/3/2022).

It appeared to be regrouping for a possible attack on Kyiv, as Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said his country had reached a “strategic turning point” in the conflict.

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– The UN Security Council met on Friday (11/3/2022) to discuss Moscow’s claim that the US is funding “military biological activities” in Ukraine.

Russia’s UN Ambassador Vasily Nebenzya called the frightening specter of the “uncontrolled spread of bio-agents from Ukraine” across Europe.

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