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Putin wants a fight and is ‘daring NATO’ amid calls for ‘the world to respond’

9th Jul 24 4:33 pm

On Monday Kyiv was rocked with multiple explosions as Russia fired hypsersonic missiles one of which blew up Ukraine’s largest children’s hospital killing many innocent lives.

The Okhmatdyt Children’s Hospital in Kyiv is “one of the most important,” not only in Ukraine, “but also in Europe,” President Volodymyr Zelensky said.

Russia launched a “massive” large scale hypersonic missile attack across Ukraine and conducted two attacks on Kyiv.

The Mayor of Kyiv Vitali Klitschko said, “This is one of the worst attacks. You can see: it’s a children’s hospital.”

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A senior official has warned that Vladimir Putin is wanting a fight and is “daring NATO” to respond in a way that will cross the Kremlin’s red lines.

On Monday Russia launched a rare daylight attack during “rush hour” bombing many cities injuring hundreds and killing at least 37.

The former US ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul said he hoped that NATO’s response to Putin’s deadly missile attacks “will be strong.”

McFaul wrote on X, “Putin is daring NATO. I hope the response from the alliance this week will be strong.”

The Italian Foreign Minister Antonio Tajani said “war crimes” has to be condemned by the “entire international community.”

“I am struck by the images of the bombings in Kyiv which also hit a children’s hospital. War crimes that must be condemned by the entire international community,” Tajani wrote on X.

“The Italian government will continue to defend the sovereignty of Ukraine and its people.”

President Volodymyr Zelensky’s chief of staff Andriy Yermak said, “They [Russia] beat the cities, where there were many people.

“They hit the children’s hospital. There are children. It is a terror that the world must see and respond to. This is genocide.”

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