Turned into ruins: the Russians destroyed the music school in Svyatogorsk (photo, video)

The school came under fire this morning.

In 2016, the Japanese government helped the local authorities to renovate this school / photo Pavel Kirilenko / Donetsk Regional State Administration (OVA)
In 2016, the Japanese government helped the local authorities to renovate this school / photo Pavel Kirilenko / Donetsk Regional State Administration (OVA)

In the Donetsk region, the invaders got into a music school in Svyatogorsk, the building was destroyed to the ground.

This was announced by the chairman of the Donetsk Regional Military Administration Pavel Kirilenko.

“Another cultural institution was destroyed by the Russians in the Donetsk region. This time, a music school in Svyatogorsk. The school came under fire today at dawn and was destroyed to the ground,” he said.

© Pavel Kirilenko / Donetsk Regional State Administration (OVA)

© Pavel Kirilenko / Donetsk Regional State Administration (OVA)

© Pavel Kirilenko / Donetsk Regional State Administration (OVA)

© Pavel Kirilenko / Donetsk Regional State Administration (OVA)

© Pavel Kirilenko / Donetsk Regional State Administration (OVA)

© Pavel Kirilenko / Donetsk Regional State Administration (OVA)

© Pavel Kirilenko / Donetsk Regional State Administration (OVA)

© Pavel Kirilenko / Donetsk Regional State Administration (OVA)

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According to Kirilenko, in 2016, the Japanese government helped the local authorities to renovate this school – it was part of the project “Assistance to the stabilization of communities in the Donbass.

“The Russians turned it into ruins. I am grateful to the people of Japan and all our allies who have helped to rebuild Donbass for years. We will rebuild it now too,” the head of the region stressed.

Earlier, the Russian invaders fired artillery at Severodonetsk. A school where people were hiding came under fire , resulting in at least three dead. At the time of the shelling, there were about 200 people in the school building, most of them children.

(c)UNIAN 2022

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