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Russia Ukraine War – Russian drone attack on a Ukrainian inn as soon as the Japanese Prime Minister leaves, 4 dead



Kyiv. Russia launched a drone strike on Wednesday morning that killed at least four people at a hostel near kyiv. The attack came hours after Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida left the Ukrainian capital. Kishida had come to express his support for Ukraine. Meanwhile, Chinese President Xi Jinping has returned from Russia after discussing his proposal to end the war. Western countries rejected this proposal as unnecessary. Local officials said a high school and two dormitories were partially destroyed in a nighttime drone strike in Rzhichiv, south of the Ukrainian capital. It is not yet known how many people died in the inn at this time.

The body of a 40-year-old man was extracted from the rubble on the fifth floor of a hostel, according to regional police chief Andril Nebitov. He said more than 20 people had been admitted to hospital and there was no confirmation for others. The Ukrainian General Staff said the Ukrainian Air Force shot down 16 of the 21 drones fired by Russia. Eight of them were killed near the capital. Other drones were dropped in Khmelnitsky province. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky tweeted: “More than 20 Iranian killer drones and missiles were attacked in a single night. Every time someone wants an exercise to listen to world peace in Moscow, another order is given for such criminal attacks.

G-7 Chairman and Prime Minister of Japan expressed support
Japanese Prime Minister and G-7 Chairman Fumio Kishida made a surprise visit to Kyiv on Tuesday and voiced support for Zelensky’s government at a time when his Asian rival Xi has pledged support for Putin. A day after his visit to Kyiv, Kishida traveled to Poland and held talks with its President Mattiasz Morawiecki on regional security and bilateral relations. Poland provides military, humanitarian and political aid to neighboring Ukraine, which is facing Russian aggression. Kishida’s visit to Ukraine is seen as very significant for the country in terms of supporting Japan in the future. The Japanese government spokesman said so on Wednesday.

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