Georgian President Salome Zourabichvili expressed “full solidarity” with Ukraine following a recent deadly strike on the Kremenchuk crowded mall by Russians.
“As we see the images of Kremenchuk, I express our full solidarity with Ukraine, in the face of yet another brutal attack.Let me say it once again: freedom and independence will always prevail!” Zourabichvilki tweeted on Tuesday,
The death toll in a Russian missile strike on the mall in the central Ukrainian city of Kremenchuk has risen to 18.
In the Afternoon on Monday the Russians launched Kh-22 missiles on a shopping mall.
“It is one of the most brazen terrorist acts in European history," Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said following the deadly attack which sparked international outrage.
Emergency services chief Sergiy Kruk suggested the same day that at least 59 other individuals received injuries in the incident, while 25 of them were hospitalized.