After Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced Sunday that 60 people had been killed in a school bombing in the eastern Lugansk region, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres condemned the Russian act on Saturday.
The UN official considered the Russian bombing of a Ukrainian school “frightening”.
This has happened in a video intervention made by Zelensky during his participation in a G7 summit on Sunday, in to which he explained that the bombing of the village of Belogorivka in the Lugansk region, and there, a Russian bomb killed 60 civilians.
Video in black and white
He also posted a video on his Facebook account showing the characteristics of the Russian strikes.
The clip, released in black and white, it included archival footage from World War II, accompanied by a complete soundtrack about the situation.
Furthermore, the president stressed that the slogan “Never again” to which European countries declared their commitment after the Second World War was violated by Moscow, which according to him “repeated the same Nazi crimes. in Ukraine”.
Under the rubble
Interestingly, the Lugansk region is one of two breakaway republics that declared their independence unilaterally and are recognized only by Russia.
Today, Sunday, the authorities of the Ukrainian region of Lugansk accused the Russian army of having bombed a school where there were about 90 people.
Serhiy Gaidai, governor of the Lugansk region, said two people were killed in the bombing of a school in the village of Belhorivka, noting that it is feared that 60 people were killed under the rubble.
He also added that Russia dropped a bomb on Saturday afternoon on the school where about 90 people were taking refuge and 30 were rescued.
Interestingly, on February 24, Russia announced a special military operation in eastern Ukraine aimed at protecting the Donetsk and Lugansk regions, according to it.
The operation, which entered the second phase about a month ago, was concentrated specifically in the Donbass region, where the battles still continue.
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