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Ukraine On Thursday, troops blew up a bridge about 30 miles north of Kiev to thwart advance Russian reportedly tanks towards the capital.
The country’s airborne troops aimed at the bridge that crosses the Teter River in Ivankovo, helping the ground forces to stop the Russian tank convoy, according to the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, according to Newsweek.
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According to the report, Russia is stepping up its offensive on Kyiv, with forces from the east, north and south approaching on Thursday.
According to unconfirmed reports, Ukraine also blew up two more bridges. This was reported by Newsweek.
Earlier, Russian troops entered the Obolon district of Kiev. – stated in the Ministry of Defense.
The invasion effort reportedly involved Russian troops who seized a Ukrainian military vehicle and put on a Ukrainian military uniform to facilitate the way to the city, the report said.
Tyler O’Neill of Fox News contributed to this story.