Ukraine War: Zelenskyy accuses Russia of using phosphorus bomb
New Delhi : Ukraine leader Volodymyr Zelenskyy has accused Russia of using phosphorus bomb on Ukraine and asked NATO to provide military support at earliest.
In a video address, Zelenskyy said, "Russian phosphorus bombs were used today morning; several people, including children have been killed, again."
For the unversed, phosphorus bombs sprinkle a powder that ignites when comes in contact with oxygen, causing severe burns on those who come in contact.
President Zelenskyy once again urged NATO to provide the military assistance to help Ukraine fight against Russia; saving lives of people in the nation.