Russia’s military said on Friday it had hit an assembly of Ukraine’s air force in Vinnytsia, a city far from the front lines in central Ukraine that has been heavily bombed by the international community.
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The Russian Defense Ministry said in a press release that Kalibr missiles fired from the sea hit the city’s “officer’s house” where “the Ukrainian Air Force Command was meeting with representatives of foreign arms suppliers”.
“Due to this strike, the participants in the meeting were dismissed,” he added.
Russia admits no wrongdoing or wrongdoing by its armed forces in Ukraine and systematically ensures that it only hits military targets.
She accused the Russians of bombing Ukraine or executing civilians.
According to the Ukrainian military, the missiles hit a parking lot and a commercial building in the center of the city, home offices and small businesses. At least 23 people died.
The UN Secretary General said he was “horrified” and the EU condemned the new Russian “atrocities”.