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8 rockets hit Vynnytsia, destroys airport: Zelenskyy

Kyiv, March 6 (UNI): Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Sunday stated that eight rockets hit Vynnytsia destroying the city’s airport.

“I was informed just now about a rocket strike against Vynnytsia. 8 rockets. Against our peaceful and goodhearted Vynnytsia which has never threatened Russia in any way. A rocket strike — cruel and cynical. The airport has been fully destroyed,” Zelenskyy said in a video posted on Twitter.

“They continue to ruin our infrastructure, our life, which we have built, and our parents, and grandparents, many generations of Ukrainians,” he claimed.

“We repeat everyday — close the skies over Ukraine. Close to all Russian rockets, all military aviation, for all these terrorists. Please create a humanitarian zone without rockets, without air bombs.

“We are humans, and it’s your humanitarian duty to protect us, protect civilians, and you can do it. If you don’t do it, if you at least don’t give us airplanes so that we could defend ourselves, that the only conclusion remains — you also want us to be very slowly killed,” he added.

“This is also the responsibility of politicians of the world, Western leaders, from today and forever,” says Zelenskyy.

On Saturday, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that he would consider countries imposing a no-fly zone over Ukraine as participating in the conflict.

“We will immediately consider them as participants in a military conflict, and it doesn’t matter members of which organisations they are,” Putin said in a meeting with flight crew members of Russian national airlines as reported by CNN.

“It is impossible to do it, on the very territory of Ukraine, it’s possible only from the territory of some neighbouring states. But any movement in this direction will be considered by us as participation in an armed conflict,” he added.

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