"This terror will not break us": Zelensky reacted to the Russian Federation strikes on Kryvyi Rih and Kherson. Video
President Volodymyr Zelensky reacted to the next war crimes of the Russian occupation army. The head of state assured that the terror tactics of the Russians will not break Ukrainians.
Zelensky emphasized that in recent days the enemy has been persistently hitting cities, in particular, civilian objects. The president wrote about this in his Telegram account(to watch the video, scroll to the end of the page).
According to the president, Russian terror will not frighten and break Ukrainians. He also added that rescuers and all necessary services were working at the site of the shelling to save as many people as possible.
Zelensky emphasized that in one morning alone, Russian occupation troops shelled residential buildings and the university's academic building. As a result of the criminal actions of the terrorist state of Russia, there are dead and wounded among civilians.
"Monday morning. Regions of Ukraine under the shelling of the occupiers, who continue to terrorize peaceful cities and people. Kryvyi Rih, Kherson. Hitting residential buildings, the educational building of the University, the intersection. Unfortunately, there are dead and wounded. There may be people under the rubble. My condolences to all who lost relatives and loved ones because of Russian terror," - wrote Zelensky.
We will remind, in the morning of July 31, the city of Kryvyi Rih was shaken by loud explosions, after which an air alert was declared in the entire Dnipropetrovsk region. So the aggressor country Russia once again launched missile strikes on the city - two apartment buildings were attacked.
Earlier it was reported that the Russian occupation troops attacked Kherson in the morning on July 31. The terrorists fired from multiple rocket launchers "Grad". As a result, one civilian was killed.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
- On the evening of July 29, Russian troops hit an educational institution in Sumy, killed and wounded. After the attack, the building turned into ruins.