Russian President Vladimir Putin announced an advanced military operation in Ukraine on Thursday. Minutes later, several Ukrainian cities were bombed, including its capital, Kyiv. Karin Giannone, a BBC anchor shared a video of her talking with her Ukrainian colleague Olga Malchevska on the situation in Ukraine amid the Russian invasion. Malchevska sheds a tear as she sees pictures of her family home which was partially destroyed overnight in Kyiv by the Russian troops. Fortunately, her family had taken shelter in bombs shelters.
We did not know until that moment it was her actual building that had been hit.
Thankfully Olga’s family is safe. pic.twitter.com/rglna1tvEA
— Karin Giannone (@KarinBBC) February 25, 2022
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