Russia’s Missile Terror: Occupiers Strike Vinnytsia City Centre

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The terrorist state is not stopping its attack on Ukrainian civilians. Today, 14 July, the Russian-occupation forces launched a massive attack on Vinnytsia city. The targets were civilian objects in the city centre – a square and a parking lot near the Yuvileyny consumer service centre. Residential buildings located nearby were also damaged by strikes.

As the State Emergency Service reports, as of 12:50, 12 people were killed, including a baby. About 25 people were injured. Rescue workers, canine team, and psychologists are working at the scene.

According to the latest data, 20 people died, including three children. About 90 people were injured, almost 50 of them have severe injuries.

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky commented on Russian invaders’ attacks on Vinnytsia.

“Vinnytsia. Missile strikes at city centre. People were injured and killed, including a baby. Every day, Russia annihilates the civilian population, kills Ukrainian children, fires missiles at civilian objects. At areas with no military objects. What would you call that if not an open act of terrorism? Inhumans. Killer country. Terrorist country,” the Head of State posted on Telegram.

Serhiy Borzov, Head of the Vinnytsia Regional Military Administration, reported that the Air Force of Ukraine had managed to shoot down four cruise missiles over the region.

Today, the occupiers also attacked Mykolayiv. According to preliminary information, Russian troops fired nine missiles from an S-300 anti-aircraft missile system at the regional center.

One missile hit the Mykolayiv Hotel. A shopping and entertainment mall, located nearby, was damaged by the blast wave and debris. In addition, two educational institutions and 18 trolleybuses of the Mykolayivelectrotrans municipal company were damaged.

Bohdan Marusyak

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