On Monday, Ukraine announced that it had destroyed more than 40 air targets that were trying to hit the capital Kyiv.
Ukraine confirmed that it had responded to the Russian attack with marches and rockets.
The mayor of Kyiv referred to the operation of air defense systems in the Ukrainian capital after he spoke about the explosions in the Ukrainian capital.
On Sunday, Russia warned that the West was “playing with fire” over the supply of F-16 fighter jets to Ukraine.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov called the plans of Western countries to supply Ukraine with F-16 fighter jets an unacceptable escalation.
Lavrov said in a press interview on Sunday: “Of course, this is an unacceptable escalation and I believe that there are still reasonable people in the West who are aware of this, but who dictates everything is Washington and London and their followers within the European Union, first it is the turn of the Baltic countries and Poland, which are carrying out the task set by the United States, right on the ground – weakening Russia and inflicting a strategic defeat on it.
And a senior official in Belarus announced on Sunday that Western countries had left his country no choice but to deploy Russian tactical nuclear weapons, pointing out that those countries had better not “cross the red line” on some important strategic issues.
Alexander Volfovich, Secretary of the Security Council in Belarus, said that after the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, when the United States provided security guarantees and did not impose any sanctions, it was logical to withdraw the weapons.