Today, December 29, Russia launched another massive missile attack on Ukraine.
President Maia Sandu condemned the attacks, calling them “barbaric”. According to the head of state, “this crime should not go unpunished”.
“While the whole world is rejoicing over the winter holidays, Russia continues to bring destruction and death to Ukraine. This morning, the Russian armed forces launched a new series of missile strikes on Ukraine – according to preliminary estimates, more than 100 missiles were launched. Explosions occurred in residential areas of Kyiv, Kharkiv, Lviv, and other cities, destroying homes and cars parked nearby. Terrorist attacks continue even now, endangering the lives of people in populated areas of a neighbouring country.
We strongly condemn these barbaric, unprovoked acts of destruction and death. Bombing cities with civilians and destroying the infrastructure that provides their basic living conditions in the middle of winter is a crime that should not go unpunished,” the head of state posted on Facebook.