On January 14, the Russians shelled the Dnipro, resulting in the destruction of the entrance to a high-rise building: dead and wounded.
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Bankova’s adviser is again embarrassed: he believes that a Russian missile hit a residential building as a result of being shot down by air defense forces.
A Russian Kh-22 missile that hit a residential building in Dnipro was shot down by Ukrainian Air Defense Forces. Such statement Conversation Along with Mark Feigin, he was made an adviser to the office of President Oleksii Arestovich.
When asked by the Russian human rights defender about the possibility of shooting down the missile, Arestovich replied that the air defense forces destroyed the missile. According to him, it fell on the door of the house and exploded immediately.
“She fell down, she fell into the corridor. She exploded when she fell. There is a problem with caustic fumes. This is a sure sign of X-22 because it is filled with highly toxic fuel. It can be assumed that the toxic fuel became an additional element of damage,” said Pangoa’s counsel.
He made such a statement despite Air Force spokesman Ignat’s official statement that the Russians had fired a missile at the house. The same rocket hit a shopping center in Kremenchuk in late June.
Such words of Arestovich were immediately extended by Russian propagandists.
Ukrainians were shocked by the councilor’s statement: Hundreds of users were outraged by Arestovich’s words.
Oleksandr Aronets, a Ukrainian political and public figure, also responded: he considers Arestovich an enemy of Ukraine because of the spread of Russian stories.
Dnipro’s mayor Boris Filado also expressed his displeasure. He called on the SBU and intelligence to respond to the report of the adviser of the presidential office.
It is worth recalling that the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported how and from where the aggressors attacked Dnipro.
As of January 23, it is known that 12 residents of a high-rise building died as a result of the shelling of Dnipro.
As you know, on January 14, as a result of a rocket hitting the Dnipro high-rise building, the entrance to the building was completely destroyed. Rescuers are currently sorting out areas where people are trapped under the rubble.
According to Kirill Tymoshenko, Deputy Head of the President’s Office, more than 1,000 residents are currently homeless as a result of a Russian missile attack on an apartment building in Dnipro. “Currently the whole house is without electricity, without gas and without windows. In fact, more than 1,000 people need to be provided with housing,” said the OP’s vice president.