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    Zelensky showed a video that gives the lie to Kremlin propaganda. This is what the attack on the shopping centre looked like [VIDEOS]

    The Ukrainian president has shown a new video depicting a Russian rocket attack on a shopping centre in the city of Kremenchuk in central Ukraine. Dozens of civilians were killed in the shelling. “The total number of Russian missiles that fell on our cities is already 2811,” – Volodymyr Zelensky wrote in an evening post on Facebook.

    On Monday afternoon, Russians attacked a shopping centre in the city of Kremenchuk in central Ukraine with Ch-22 missiles. At the time of the attack, a total of around 1,000 civilians may have been in the shops. The deputy head of the Ukrainian president’s office, Kyrylo Tymoshenko, reported on Tuesday that “more than 20” people were killed and 59 injured in the attack. The Nastoyashchye Vremia TV channel writes of at least 25 deaths. Reuters reported today, citing authorities, that 36 people were listed as missing.

     

    According to the Ukrainian authorities, Russia deliberately struck a shopping centre in Kremenchuk intending to kill civilians. During the night, Zelensky posted a video on Facebook showing the missile strike on the shopping centre.

     

    “As of this evening, the total number of Russian missiles that have hit our cities is already 2,811. We have all the evidence of what the Russian troops are doing against our people. One such piece of evidence is in the video. So that no one dares to deceive about the missile strike at the shopping mall in Kremenchuk. The Russian missile hit this very object, purposefully,” stated the President of Ukraine.

     

    “They wanted to kill as many people as possible in a peaceful city, in a regular shopping mall. For this act of state terrorism, as for all others, Russia will be responsible. On the battlefield in Ukraine, by the strengthening of sanctions and, of course, in the tribunal,” Zelensky wrote.

     

     

    “Nastoyashchiye Vremia” claims that the lie to the Russian narrative that the shopping centre caught fire from a detonation at a Western munitions’ depot is also given by CCTV footage.

     

    The CCTV footage shows that Monday’s explosions in Krzemenchuk in the Poltava region of central Ukraine were caused by two incoming missiles. One of them hit the building of a shopping centre and the other hit its garage, Ukrinform news agency reported, describing the findings of the Nastoyashchye Vremia web TV.

     

     

    Another video, from Saturday, 25 June, was also published on social media, showing the shopping centre working and many people coming to it. The Russians were said to have argued that the facility was “not functioning”.

     

     

    According to a statement published today, the Attorney General’s Office of Ukraine has registered 20,010 crimes of aggression and war crimes since the beginning of Russia’s invasion, of which 19,276 cases related to violations of the laws and customs of war, 73 to planning, preparing and waging aggressive war, 18 to conducting war propaganda.

     

    In addition, 9973 crimes against national security were registered, of which, 6972 cases were for violating the territorial integrity of Ukraine, 1201 for treason, 1361 for collaboration, 68 for assisting the aggressor state, and 64 for sabotage.

     

     

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