War in Ukraine: Alert and Explosions in kyiv During an African Visit
War in Ukraine : Alert and Explosions in kyiv During an African Visit
- 1 War in Ukraine: Alert and Explosions in kyiv During an African Visit
- 2 Russian missiles and air alert in kyiv
- 5 The African Peace Mediation
- 6 Situation at the Zaporizhia power plant and progress on the front
On June 16, a delegation of African leaders arrived in Ukraine hoping to help resolve the Ukrainian-Russian conflict. However, their visit was marked by an air raid in Kyiv, the country's capital, with Russian missiles reported in the area.
Russian missiles and air alert in kyiv
An air alert sounded in many areas of Ukraine, including the capital, kyiv. At least one explosion was heard, reported by the mayor of the Ukrainian capital, Vitali Klitschko. This attack comes on the day of the visit of a delegation of African leaders for the resolution of the Ukrainian-Russian conflict.
The African Peace Mediation
Four African heads of state, a prime minister and a special envoy are engaged in talks with Volodymyr Zelensky and Vladimir Putin. This mediation takes place in full intensification of the fighting on the ground. South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has said that the search for a peace solution must be accelerated in times of conflict.
Situation at the Zaporizhia power plant and progress on the front
Rafael Grossi, the director of the International Atomic Energy Agency, assured that the nuclear power plant had enough water to cool its reactors. In addition, the Ukrainian Deputy Defense Minister, Hanna Maliar, claimed a gradual advance of Ukrainian troops despite Russian resistance.
The African visit to Ukraine comes at a critical time, with fighting on the ground intensifying. While the situation remains tense, the international community hopes that this mediation can help slow the escalation of the conflict and advance peace efforts.
African leaders in Ukraine: a beacon of hope for peace in the sound of air raids in Kyiv.