Greece condemns recent Russian missile attack on Ukrainian cities

Greece condemns recent Russian missile attack on Ukrainian cities

The Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued an announcement condemning the Russian missile attack on several Ukrainian cities on Monday. 

“Greece strongly condemns today’s missile attacks by Russia in several Ukrainian cities, especially on Kyiv’s Okhmatdyt children’s hospital. The attacks which resulted in numerous dead and wounded civilians constitute another grave violation of international humanitarian law,” read the announcement.

“Greece will continue to support Ukraine and stand by its people,” it concluded.  

It has been reported that at least 36 people were killed and over 150 people were injured across Ukraine from the Russian missile attack on Monday morning.

According to Ukrainian authorities, one of the Russian missiles struck Kyiv’s Okhmatdyt children’s hospital, prompting President Zelesnky to call for an emergency UN security council meeting. 

Moscow has denied striking the children’s hospital and claims that it was hit by a Ukrainian air defense missile. 


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