Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy called on the international community to take more action against Russia, saying the sanctions announced so far were not enough. Missiles rained down on Kyiv on Friday as Russian forces continued their offensive and President Volodymyr Zelenskiy implored the international community to take more action, claiming the sanctions imposed thus far were inadequate. Air raid sirens blared throughout the city of 3 million, with some citizens taking refuge in underground metro stations, a day after Russian President Vladimir Putin initiated a military incursion that has stunned the world. A Ukrainian official reported that a Russian plane had been shot down and crashed into a building. A senior Ukrainian official stated that Russian forces would soon enter areas near Kyiv and that Ukrainian troops were defending four fronts despite being outnumbered. President Zelenskiy urged the international community to take more drastic measures against Russia, asserting that the sanctions already imposed were not enough.0

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