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Attack on a Russian shopping center kills Ukraine |  Ukraine and Russia

Attack on a Russian shopping center kills Ukraine | Ukraine and Russia

At least two people were killed and 20 others were injured in a Russian missile attack on a shopping center in the city center. Ukraine This Monday (27), a senior official said.

A shopping center in the Kremenchug region, Ukraine, after the Russian attack – Photo: Reproduction / Telegram of Volodymyr Zelensky

Kirillo Tymoshenko, deputy chief of President Volodymyr Zelensky’s office, said that nine of the wounded were in critical condition after the missile attack in the city of Kremenchug.

According to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, the mall had more than 1,000 civilians inside its premises.

A Ukrainian shopping center in the city of Kremenchug after firefighters moved in – Photo: Ukrainian Emergency Services / Reproduction / via Reuters

At the moment there are no details of the victims, but Zelensky said: “It is impossible to imagine the number of victims.”

“There is no danger to the Russian army. No strategic value. Just people trying to lead a normal life, which greatly annoys the occupiers,” I declare.

Kremenchug, an industrial city with a population of 217,000 before the Russian invasion Ukraine On February 24, it is located on the Dnipro River in the Poltava region and is home to the largest oil refinery in Ukraine.

A Ukrainian shopping center in the city of Kremenchug after firefighters moved in – Photo: Ukrainian Emergency Services / Reproduction / via Reuters

Vadim Denisenko, advisor to the Ministry of the Interior in Ukrainesaid that Russia It can have three motives to attack.

“The first is undoubtedly sowing panic, the second…destroying our infrastructure, and the third…raising the risks to bring the civilized West back to the negotiating table,” he said. .

The Russia He hasn’t spoken yet.

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