According to a report by the British "Sky" news website on the 6th local time, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky condemned the "silence" of Western countries on the same day, "as if the Western leaders have been dissolved."
In a video released on the same day, Zelensky condemned the Russian military's continued offensive on Ukraine's defense industry, which he accused of being a "deliberate murder" because "hundreds of thousands" lived nearby.
After the Russian Defense Ministry announced it would strike the Ukrainian military-industrial complex, Zelensky denounced the West's "silence", saying it was "as if the Western leaders had disbanded," the report said. He also reiterated that Western sanctions against Russia are far from enough.
The "Guardian" said that Konashenkov, a spokesman for the Russian Ministry of Defense, said earlier on the 6th local time that the Russian military plans to use "precision weapons" to hit Ukraine's military-industrial complex.