Russian forces have been accused on Tuesday of launching a chemical weapons attack in Izyum, in the Kharkiv region leaving many residents with “symptoms of poisoning.”
The reports of a chemical weapons attack in the Kharkiv region are unconfirmed, but it has been claimed the chemical weapons attack was fired from by Russian troops using multiple rocket launchers.
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Nikita Karakay, a Deputy of the Izyum City Council wrote on Facebook, “Symptoms of poisoning: redness of the eyes, nausea, vomiting, respiratory failure, loss of consciousness.
“Blood samples were taken from the victims, clothes were sent for examination.”
Kharkiv’s regional governor, Oleh Synehubov, said at least three people had been killed and 16 wounded after Russian shelling in the region.
The Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov confirmed on Tuesday, the Kremlin are now starting a new stage of its so-called special military operation in Ukraine.
Lavrov added, “Another stage of this operation is beginning and I am sure this will be a very important moment of this entire special operation.”
This morning a “significant part of the entire Russian army” started a new “offensive” as the battle for the Donbas has begun as troops are “attacking a 300-mile front.”
The President Volodymyr Zelensky announced that “Battle for the Donbas” has now started as Russia’s offensive is aimed to capture all of eastern Ukraine to annex the region.
There are reports of heavy shelling, bunker buster missiles being used with fierce trench warfare fighting which marks phase two of the war and Russia claims they have started a full scale offensive in the region.