A man detonated a grenade in a car in the Kiev region 13:31

An unidentified person detonated a grenade inside a car in Bucha, Kiev region. Locals report this.

It was recorded that the man approached a random vehicle, took out a grenade and demanded to be taken to the Belarusian border. When the driver did not respond to the malicious person’s request, the unidentified person took the grenade and detonated it inside the vehicle.

While the driver was uninjured, he managed to escape from the vehicle.

Last week, Russian President Vladimir Putin held a meeting with leaders of the country’s Foreign Ministry. statedHe said that Ukraine made provocations in Bucha (Kiev region) to explain the rejection of agreements with the Russian Federation.

Putin also said that in order to begin Russia-Ukraine peace talks, Kiev must withdraw its troops from the DPR, LPR and the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions. The Russian leader emphasized that hostilities will end immediately after the Ukrainian side accepts this condition. Kiev also needs to officially announce that it is abandoning plans to join the North Atlantic Alliance.

Formerly Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation sent After the Armenian delegation’s visit to Bucha, a note of protest was given to Armenia.

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Source: Gazeta

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