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DAY 125

Victory Chronicles
-DAY 125

June 28,2022

RUSSIA WAR CRIMES: POLTAVA REGION

On June 27, Russian aggressors carried out a series of missile strikes on a shopping mall in the city of Kremenchuk, Poltava Oblast. the strikes completely destroyed the busy shopping center.  Rescue operations are working around the clock. The bodies of more than 20 people have been found in the wake of the strike on the shopping and entertainment center as of Tuesday morning. A total of 59 people have sought medical help, with 24 hospitalized, 6 of whom are in a critical condition. Poltava Governor Dmytro Lunin reported that 21 people are listed as missing. 

RUSSIA LIES

Russia claims the missile strike in Kremenchuk hit Western-made weapons and ammunition. On its Telegram channel, the Russian ministry said, “aerospace forces launched a high-precision strike with air-based weapons on hangars filled with weapons and ammunition received from the United States and European countries” and hitting a road prepare factory.”

RUSSIAN WAR CRIMES: DONETSK REGION

Source: Donetsk Oblast Prosecutor’s Office

Russian terrorists continue heavy shelling, air strikes, and attempted offensive operations in the Donetsk region. They injured six civilians in the village of Novoluhanske who were cooking food outside next to their houses due to the lack of water, gas or electricity in the village. The victims have multiple shrapnel wounds and mine blast injuries. One of them later died in hospital.

RUSSIAN WAR CRIMES: ODESA REGION

Source: Prosecutor’s Office of the Odesa Region, Suspilne media, uavarta.org

On June 26, Russian aggressors carried out missile strikes on Odesa Oblast. Eight civilians, including two children, were injured.

 

G7 SUMMIT

With the conclusion of their three-day summit, G7 leaders have agreed to develop a price cap on Russian oil and provide billions in food assistance to avert a hunger crisis caused by the war in Ukraine.

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz delivered final remarks after his country concluded hosting the summit.  “We need a Marshall Plan for Ukraine,” Mr Scholtz said.

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