😳 One week ago today, the Russian military launched a 4 frontal attack on Ukraine. Now, a week later, several hundred have been killed, several thousand more injured and reportedly, about 1 million Ukrainians, women, children and elderly men have fled their country, mostly into Poland and Romania, with others into Hungry, Slovakia and Moldova.
Ukrainians, both military and civilians are fiercely fighting to stop Russia’s further advance and are being quite successful, even though greatly outnumbered and our gunned. Russia has nearly surrounded the capital city of Kiev, has done considerable damage with their shellings, but has been stymied from occupying the city. Odessa has their forces in place to stop Russian forces from entering their city on the Black Sea, an important port city. Kherson, also on the Sea has partly fallen to Russian control, which may fade as the invaders run short of munitions, fuel and the will to fight.
Cars gas tanks have been drained; Molotov cocktails, also known as a petrol bomb, poor man’s grenade, have been made by civilians by the thousands to fight any attack upon them, and underground catacombs will be used if necessary to avoid being captured and killed. But the Russian Forces are great, have their orders and new supplies are on the way. Reportedly, 6 of the 15 nuclear plants have gone off-line, bridges have been blown and military facilities, airports, seaports and some government buildings as well as civilian building have been hit, with the 2nd largest city of Kharkiv, being hit the hardest thus far. The Map below, shows assets and cities hit plus movements by Russia and Ukrainians women and children fleeing to safer areas. 👩🏽🦽🏃🏽♀️😱
Map by https://ceobs.org/ukraine-invasion-rapid-overview-of-environmental-issues/ ; Text above by Jeffress.com