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Ukraine records 35 dead after massive Russian attack

The conflict between Russia and Ukraine recorded another night of intense attacks.

The mayor of Kiev, Vitaliy Klitschko, reported this Saturday morning (30) that the death toll in the Ukrainian capital from attacks by Russian forces on the night of Thursday (28) to Friday (29) rose to 16. The search for bodies in the rubble continues.

In total, at least 35 deaths were registered. According to the acting mayor of the southeastern city, Anatolii Kurtiev, at least nine people were killed in Friday's attack in Zaporizhia. In addition, there are records of at least 160 injuries.

According to the Ukrainian prosecutor's office, at least six minor children and teenagers were injured in the attacks.

Since the Russian invasion began, 513 children have died from the war and more than 1,167 have been injured.

After Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky promised on Friday morning that “Kiev will take revenge and fight for the security of the country,” the country launched an attempted counteroffensive.

The main Ukrainian attack on Russian territory took place yesterday evening in Bryansk, in the east of the country.

This Saturday, the governor of the Bryansk region of Russia, Alexander Bogomaz, reported that a nineyearold child had died.

There, a group of drones hit the Silicon El factory, one of the main manufacturers of electronics for Russian military equipment, particularly longrange missiles and air defense systems.

In addition, the Bryansk Chemical Plant, dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the former USSR, was also attacked. Explosions were recorded at several military facilities in Belgorod, Tula, Tver and Moscow.

“Russian air defense managed to shoot down some of the Ukrainian UAVs (drones), but a significant number of them effectively hit their targets. Unlike Russian terrorist attacks on the territory of Ukraine, Ukrainian security and defense forces hit exclusively enemy military structures,” sources said.

Earlier, the Russian Defense Ministry announced that its forces shot down 32 Ukrainian drones in the Moscow, Bryansk, Kursk and Oryol regions last night.

However, on Friday evening, Moscow's representative said during a UN Security Council meeting that the country “launched attacks only against military infrastructure”: “Responsibility for civilian casualties lies with Kiev's air defense system. Expect the worst news in the near future.”