Ukraine’s President enters battlefield in army clothes, pictures went viral on social media

So far 137 people have been killed in the Russian attack, while 316 are injured.

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The Russia-Ukraine conflict took an ugly turn after President Vladimir Putin launched a special military operation in order to demilitarise Kyiv. Kyiv's presidential office said there was "fierce fighting" at the airport.

Despite such a powerful attack, Ukraine is not ready to bow down. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is constantly boosting the morale of the army. He was seen on the battlefield dressed in army uniform.

Pictures of Zelensky went viral on social media.

He said in an address to the nation, “We have been left alone to defend our state.” So far 137 people have been killed in the Russian attack, while 316 are injured.

Ukraine claims its forces have killed more than 800 Russian soldiers. 30 Russian tanks and 7 spy aircraft have also been destroyed. The Ukrainian government has banned men between the ages of 18 and 60 from leaving the country. It is being said in some reports that Ukraine has given rifles to its 10,000 citizens for combat.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen has told journalists that Denmark will accept refugees fleeing from Ukraine.

Frederiksen also pledged humanitarian assistance to Ukraine and its neighbours, Xinhua news agency reported.

"There will be internally displaced refugees. There will, of course, also be a lot of pressure on a country like Poland, but also on Moldova and other countries. And then the refugee flows can enter Europe, which Denmark will facilitate," Frederiksen explained while speaking to journalists on Thursday.