"Russia must respond. This is a war crime": Germany reacted to occupants' strike on Hroza
German Ambassador to Ukraine Martin Jaeger condemned another war crime by Russia, which launched a missile attack on a small province near Kupiansk in the Kharkiv region. Three hundred people lived in the village of Hroza, and 51 residents, including a six-year-old child, were killed by the occupiers.
"What happened today in the village of Hroza is cruel. Only Russia is responsible for this massacre of civilians. Those responsible must be brought to justice," Jaeger wrote.
As a reminder, Russian soldiers struck Hroza on the afternoon of October 5. Missiles hit a local cafe, where there were about 60 people at the time. All of them came to a traditional memorial dinner dedicated to a deceased countryman.
"A deliberate brutal Russian crime: a missile strike on an ordinary grocery store. A terrorist attack," the head of state wrote on social media.
Zelensky expressed his condolences to all those who lost their loved ones and stressed that Russian terror must be stopped.
As OBOZREVATEL reported, two days ago, the occupiers launched an air strike on Antonivka, Kherson region. The attack killed a 69-year-old man and injured seven other people.