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A video reportedly shot by a Kharkiv resident seems to disclose the dimensions of the carnage wreaked by Russian bombers, who focused the Ukrainian metropolis on Friday night time.

The clip, shared by distinguished japanese European media outlet Nexta, exhibits the property consumed by an inferno.

The outlet says that the fireplace was attributable to “Russian occupiers”, and though Express.co.uk has not been in a position to independently confirm this, Russian drone assaults have been confirmed to have taken place within the Nemyshlianskyi district of Kharkiv the day earlier than the video was posted.

Fire consumed areas of town, reportedly after drones hit a petroleum station. Sky News has reported that 15 houses in addition to the petrol station have been destroyed by the flames. It is unclear whether or not the house within the Nexta video is among the 15 houses ravaged by the fireplace.

Nexta captioned the 16-second clip, which has been considered almost 50,000 instances: “A resident of Kharkiv showed how his house was on fire after a night attack by Russian occupiers. The man was able to run out of the house at the last moment.”

Following the devastating blaze, the top of the prosecutor’s workplace, Oleksandr Filchakov, mentioned: “There was a great deal of fuel and that’s why there are these dreadful consequences from the fire”.

According to Ukrainian officers, seven individuals together with three youngsters have been killed within the drone assault.

This brutal assault comes after Russian President Vladimir Putin blamed western powers for the battle in Ukraine, citing NATO’s expansionary tendency and the potential of drawing Ukraine in the direction of the defensive navy alliance.

In response, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak branded the concept “ridiculous”.

Speaking to broadcasters within the south west, Mr Sunak mentioned: “Russia performed an unlawful, unprovoked invasion of Ukraine. I’m proud that the UK has stood strongly with Ukraine from the start.