Zelensky: Russia attacked one of the largest printing presses in Ukraine

Zelenski, Photo: Printscreen

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Russia is targeting one of Ukraine's largest printing presses in the latest series of attacks.

"They want to burn and destroy all spheres of life," Zelensky said in his evening video address, adding that this was possible "because Ukraine still has limitations in its defense."

The Russian push is shaping up to be Ukraine's biggest test since Moscow's full-scale invasion in February 2022, with Ukrainian armed forces pressed at several points along the nearly 1.000km front line.

With a lack of air defenses and anticipation of more military support from the West, which has recently begun to arrive, the Ukrainian army is being squeezed in some places, while Russia is pounding its power grid and civilian areas.

"We have to be open about why this is still possible." "It is only because Ukraine still has limitations in its defense," Zelensky said.

"It's the lack of air defense systems that are actually available in the world." It is the lack of long-range missiles for our warriors and the complete inability to destroy the very source of Russian terror near our borders," he added.

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