A Massacre of civilians In a crowded shopping mall. TO KremensukIn the Poltava region on the banks of the Dnirpo River in central Ukraine, “more than a thousand people” were shopping inside Amsterdam, 300 meters from the train station, when it was hit by two Russian missiles just before 4 pm local time. At least 16 people were killed and more than 50 were injuredThe condition of 6 of them is worrying. But according to officials, the death toll could rise further and is now “completely destroyed” due to difficulties in extinguishing the fire following the blast and fears of people remaining under the rubble of more than 10,000 square meters. According to the first reconstructions of the Kiev army, the attack was carried out by two long-range Kh-22 missiles, launched by Tu-22M3 bombers from the Russian Kursk region, which departed from the Shaikovka base. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky denounced the attack as “no threat to the Russian military” and “of no strategic value”, saying the attack was deliberately “targeting people’s attempts to live a normal life, much to the annoyance of the residents.” According to Governor Dmitry Lunin, “This is another Russian war crime.” We strongly condemn the heinous attack on a shopping mall in Kremensuk. We join Ukraine in mourning the victims of this brutal attack. Indiscriminate attacks on innocent civilians are a war crime. Russian President Putin and those responsible must take responsibility, “said Tariq al-Hashimi, the party’s secretary general.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky has condemned Russia’s attack on a shopping center in Kremensuk as a “shameless act of terrorism”.
Crime against humanity. A clear and cynical act of terrorism against the civilian population. “International condemnation came. From the G7, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson pointed to Vladimir Putin’s depth of brutality and barbarism,” said US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken. “The world is terrified.
But so far the strategic infrastructure of the industrial center, especially the local refinery, has been completed in view. More than four months after the war, meanwhile, massacres continue to emerge in Ukraine, shortly after under the guise of disaster. In Mariupol, more than a month after the fall of the Azovstel steel plant, pro-Russian forces say they have so far found the bodies of 172 Ukrainian soldiers, and more than 100 bodies have been found. According to the mayor’s adviser Pedro Andriyushchenko, the ruins of a “house destroyed by a bomb” in the district of Livoparesny.
“The bodies – he condemned – are still under the rubble. Residents have no intention of burying them”. In the port city on the Sea of Azov, more than 95% of buildings have been destroyed, according to Kiev, and the remaining tens of thousands of people are living in increasingly dramatic conditions in terms of health and hygiene. Risk of increasing infections. After the fall of Severodonetsk, the Russians continued to attack the twin cities of Lyciansk, leading the Donbass. Lugansk Regional Governor Serhiy Gaidai called for the “immediate evacuation” of the people while it was still possible. “The situation in the city is very difficult. Save yourself and your loved ones,” he pleaded. Attacks continue unabated in other parts of the country. At least 12 settlements in the Donetsk region were targeted in 24 hours, 20 civilian structures were destroyed and one 10-year-old boy was injured. Sloviansk was attacked again, where the mayor announced attacks with cluster bombs, resulting in one death and three injuries. In Kharkiv, at least 4 civilians were killed and 19 others were injured in a bomb blast that also hit a school. Meanwhile, Ukrainian civil servants have warned of Belarus’ involvement in the conflict. Minsk is said to be ready to send 20 locomotives loaded with ammunition to Russia’s Belgorod region on Ukraine’s eastern border, but is also preparing missile strikes from its border area.
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