Russia attacks two rockets on Kramatorsk train station killing 50 people, claims Ukraine

The Russians attacked two of the rockets on the Kramatorsk train station in eastern Ukraine, claiming around 50 lives. Five of the young ones are children, as well as nearly 100 of them have been severely injured, according to the officials from Ukraine.

As per the Governor of Donetsk Oblast, Pavlo Kyrylenko, about 98 people have been injured and have been admitted to the local health care centres.

The mayor of the Kramatorsk mentioned in the statement that there were around 4,000 (thousands) individuals at the city’s railway station, most of them were women, children, as well as older adults, as they all were trying to escape the nation before any inconvenience.

Moreover, the President of the war-torn nation, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, mentioned in that statement that “Lacking the strength & courage to stand up to us on the battleground, they are cynically destroying the population of civilians. This is an evildoing that has no limits. And if it is not the time to teach someone a lesson, it will never come to an end.”

The local authorities in eastern Ukraine have been warning that Russia will intensify its attacks on the eastern Donbas region, as well as civilians, have been urged to evacuate the place. At a similar time, it is still possible to do so.

Along with this, the further developments include that the European Union has approved the fifth set of sanctions for Russia, including a €4 billion coal embargo as well as an import ban on wood, vodka, as well as the other products worth €10 billion.

The European Commission President named, Ursula von der Leyen, along with the foreign policy, chief Josep Borrell, are at this time in Ukraine to meet Volodymyr Zelenskyy in the country’s capital.

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