Zelensky on Vinnytsia missile strike: People couldn’t do that, they are beasts

Zelensky on Vinnytsia missile strike: People couldn't do that, they are beasts

14.07.2022 18:00

The Russian Federation launched eight rockets on Vinnitsa city, two of which hit the city center. This is an audacious act of Russian terror.

President Volodymyr Zelensky said this in his address to the participants of the international conference in The Hague, Ukrinform reports.

“This morning, Russian missiles hit our city of Vinnytsia. An ordinary peaceful city. Cruise missiles hit two public buildings. Residential buildings were destroyed, the medical center was on fire. Cars and trams were on fire. This is an audacious act of Russian terror. People couldn’t do that. They are beasts! Eight missiles, two of which hit downtown. As of this moment, 20 people died, among them three children, a large number of wounded…,” he said.

As Ukrinform reported, on July 14, Russia launched a missile attack on Vinnytsia. According to preliminary data, 21 people died, including three children. More than 51 people have been hospitalized.

In The Hague, on July 14, the Ukraine Accountability Conference is held to coordinate investigations into Russia’s war crimes in Ukraine.

(C)UKRINFORM 2022

3 comments

  1. My heart goes out to the people of Vinnitsa. Especially the families of the victims of this satanic crime.
    There surely has to come a “red line” crossing moment and this has to be it.
    NFZ now.

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  2. “People couldn’t do that, they are beasts”

    Yes, mafia land is run by beasts. Their “army” is composed of beasts. Their population is mostly made up of beasts. Bestiality is what defines mafia land. It’s often made visible by the up votes and laughing emoticons by such reports.

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