In Bucha, the invaders killed ex-people’s deputy Alexander Rzhavsky, who was known for his pro-Russian views
He tried to find a common language with them, but failed: the Russians killed him when he refused to pour them vodka. Reported by journalist Alexander Shvets.
Since the beginning of the war, about 700 people, both military and civilian, have died in Chernigov – the mayor of Chernigov, Vladislav Atroshenko.
In Bucha, the exhumation of bodies buried in a mass grave began.
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen condemned the barbaric attack on the railway station in Kramatorsk
“The rocket attack this morning on a train station used to evacuate civilians in Ukraine is scornful.
I am shocked by the loss of life and personally offer my condolences to President Zelensky. My thoughts are with the families of the victims.”
The number of deaths in Kramatorsk has increased, already 50 people, five of whom are children.
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