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Occupiers Target Civilian Objects in Ukraine 17,314 Times Since Beginning of Full-Scale Invasion

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Since the beginning of the full-scale, unprovoked aggression, the Russian Federation has inflicted many more strikes on civilian objects in Ukraine. Russian troops are deliberately killing Ukrainians with such attacks, Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs Yevhen Yenin has reported.

“I inquired for a summary report on how many Russian missiles hit military targets and how many engaged civilian ones. For comparison: since the large-scale aggression, there have been 17,314 strikes on civilian targets and a little more than 300 hits on military targets,” Yenin said.

He added that over the past 24 hours, the enemy had attacked the Donetsk region, Zaporizhzhia, the Mykolaiv region, the Sumy region, the Kharkiv region, Slovyansk, Mykolaiv, and Vinnytsia. And these were strikes on civilian objects.

“The blood of Ukrainian civilians is on the hands of the Russian military. They know very well where their missiles are going. And these are, of course, war crimes,” the Deputy Minister noted.

He also reported that 12 investigative and operational groups of the National Police, as well as representatives of the SBU security service investigative units, had started working in Vinnytsia.

In general, as of today, 95% of war crimes on the territory of Ukraine are being investigated by the National Police. Almost 22,000 criminal proceedings have been initiated on the facts of war crimes committed by servicemen of the Russian Federation and their accomplices.

Bohdan Marusyak

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