You feel every bomb explosion– Shevchenko on Russia, Ukraine war
Former Ukraine captain, Andriy Shevchenko, has revealed the stage of the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine.
Shevchenko said the war between Russia and Ukraine is at the stage where one can ‘feel every bomb that touches the ground’ because the house is shaking.
According to him, Russians surround Ukraine and are just bombing, adding that they don’t stop.
Oniftv reports that the war between Ukraine and Russia started last month.
Russian President Vladimir Putin had ordered the invasion of Ukraine over disagreements on some political issues.
“You feel every bomb that touches the ground because the house is shaking,” Shevchenko told Sportsmail’s Jamie Redknapp.
“This is what the war is now. It’s in that stage where the Russians surround the city and are just bombing. They don’t stop. It’s relentless.”
The former Chelsea star added: “It doesn’t give the Ukrainian people the chance for humanitarian corridors. My mum is there. My sister is there. My uncle. My aunty. My cousin. My friends – some in the frontline. They stand for our country, for our freedom, for our choice, for our pride. We defend. We fight. We have to. We don’t have a choice.”