NewsUnanswered Assault: Zelensky vows action after Russian raid on Pokrovsk kills 11

Unanswered Assault: Zelensky vows action after Russian raid on Pokrovsk kills 11

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5:15 PM EST, January 6, 2024

"The Russians have attacked using S-300 missiles. As a result, eleven people died, and another eight suffered injuries. The main hit occurred in Pokrovsk," stated the Governor of the Donetsk Oblast on his Telegram app channel.

"The adversary cynically aims at civilian populations, striving to inflict as much pain on our land as possible," Vadim Filashkin added.

Assault on Pokrovsk. Zelensky expresses condolences to victim's families

President Volodymyr Zelensky empathizes with the families of the victims affected by the raid. He stated, "The Russians have targeted common residential buildings along with private homes. We are ensuring all those injured receive the necessary assistance."

"Russia needs to realize - and constantly be aware - that none of these attacks will remain unanswered. We are responsible for ensuring this through our power, defensive means, and political abilities. Glory to all who resist! Glory to all who fortify our country!" he added.

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