Russian Missile Hits Buildings in Kyiv as Kremlin Accuses Ukraine for Shelling Donetsk

Russian shells have hit apartment buildings in Kyiv and have claimed the live of two people, according to reports from the city’s mayor and the emergency service on Tuesday.

The shelling came as Russia and Ukraine are expected to continue their negotiation on Tuesday, following a fourth round of negotiations yesterday.

The prime ministers of Poland, Slovenia and the Czech Republic also planned to travel to Kyiv themselves on Tuesday to meet with the leaders and present an EU aid package for Ukraine.


Meanwhile, Russia accused Kyiv of committing a war crime, claiming that an attack by Kyiv’s forces on the separatist stronghold of Donetsk on Monday had killed 23 people.