23 people killed in attack on humanitarian convoy in Zaporizhzhya region


The Russian and Ukrainian authorities have accused each other of the authority of what happened. According to Kiev, people were queuing to leave for the temporarily occupied territory to provide assistance to relatives.

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At least 23 people died and about 30 were injured. this Friday because of an attack on a humanitarian convoy in the Ukrainian region of Zaporizhzhya.

Ukraine and the Russian authorities have mutually accused the authorship of the facts.

The head of Zaporizhia Regional Military Authority, Oleksandr Staruj, stressed that “people queuing to go to the territory temporarily busy collecting relatives, bringing help,” and has blamed Russia for the deaths.

For his part, the Russian administrator of the occupied Zaporizhzhya region, Vladimir Rogov, has defended that Ukrainian troops fired on a group of cars waiting to go to “liberated territory at the exit of Zaporizhzhya”.

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Source: EITB


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