Kuleba calls on world to condemn Russia’s barbaric attack on Odesa

Kuleba calls on world to condemn Russia’s barbaric attack on Odesa

Minister for Foreign Affairs Dmytro Kuleba of Ukraine called on all states and international organizations to condemn Russia’s brutal attack on the Black Sea port city of Odesa in the country’s south.

The head of Ukrainian diplomacy made his plea via Twitter, Ukrinform reports

"Barrages of Russian missiles kill people and ruin iconic sites in UNESCO-protected Odesa. The largest-ever attack on a major port vital for world food security is an attack on the entire global community. I urge all states and organisations to condemn this barbaric war crime.," Kuleba said.

Read also: Zelensky shows pics of devastation in Odesa following Russian attack, vows retaliation

As Ukrinform reported earlier, citing Operational Command South, during the latest missile attack on the night of July 23, the Russians hit Odesa with at least five types of missiles of all launch type: Kalibr, Oniks, Kh-22, and Iskander-K, and also deployed ballistic Iskander-Ms. As a result of the strike, one person was killed and 22 people were injured, including four children.

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