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Ukraine claims Russia hit city center
A deadly explosion in Vinnitsa was reported near a military building
An alleged Russian missile attack hit the center of the Ukrainian city of Vinnitsa on Thursday, according to local authorities. The latest casualty report by the emergency services claimed that 20 people were killed, including three children, while 52 others were injured.

The incident happened on Thursday morning as city police said a total of three projectiles hit the downtown. Ukrainian air defenses shot down four other missiles over the city, according to Sergey Borzov, the head of the Vinnitsa Region administration.

Multiple images purporting to show the aftermath of the incident show charred, heavily damaged vehicles, buildings with shattered windows, and other evidence of a powerful blast. There were also small fires in the area, photos and videos show.

Ukrainian media claimed that the weapons hit an office building. Reports said they also damaged nearby residential buildings and the building of the House of Military Officers, an institution operated by the Ukrainian Defense Ministry, which normally serves as a concert hall.

Russia comments on deadly strike on Ukrainian city
Moscow said it targeted a meeting of Kiev's military commanders with foreign arms suppliers in central Vinnitsa
The Russian military has confirmed launching a missile attack at a target in the city of Vinnitsa in Ukraine. It denied claims that it was a deliberate strike on civilians, stating that it hit Ukrainian military commanders as they negotiated with foreign arms suppliers.

Russia attacked the House of Military Officers in Vinnitsa with sea-launched Kalibr cruise missiles, the Defense Ministry said on Friday during a daily briefing. The statement claimed that the attack happened when a group of Ukrainian senior military officers were holding a meeting with foreign arms suppliers. The discussion was about the “transfer of more warplanes and weapons systems as well as the repair of the Ukrainian military air fleet,” the ministry said. The Russian strike killed all participants at the gathering.

According to Ukrainian officials, the Russian strike killed 23 civilians and injured scores of others, 80 of whom had to be hospitalized for treatment. President Volodymyr Zelensky claimed that Moscow attacked the city center deliberately and accused it of terrorism.

The head of Vinnitsa Region, Sergey Borzov, reported that Ukrainian air defenses engaged Russian missiles over the city and claimed they intercepted four of them.
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Kiev has accused Russia of waging a genocidal war, claiming that Russian forces have a policy of killing Ukrainians. Moscow has rejected such allegations, saying its forces only attack legitimate military targets.





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Senior Ukrainian officers killed in Vinnitsa strike – reports
Kiev claimed that last week’s Russian attack targetted civilians
Three Ukrainian officers, including two colonels, were reportedly taken out in last week’s Russian attack on the city of Vinnitsa in western Ukraine on July 14, according to local reports. Moscow says it targeted a building used for military purposes, a claim rejected by Kiev.

The Minsk Suvorov Military Academy in Belarus said on its website that a former cadet, Ukraine’s Colonel Oleg Makarchuk, was killed in the Russian strike. According to the academy, Makarchuk previously served as the head of repairs and logistics in the Ukrainian Air Force.

In April, Makarchuk was presented with an award by President Vladimir Zelensky for “defending the national sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine.”

The death of another military officer, Konstantin Puzyrenko, was reported by local authorities in the city of Berdichev in Ukraine’s western Zhitomir Region, and by news website Zhitomir Online.

A post on Facebook about the funeral of Ukrainian Air Force Colonel Dmitry Burdiko said he was also killed in Vinnitsa on July 14. According to reports, Burdiko’s death was first announced by his son Konstantin in a now-deleted post on Instagram.

The Ukrainian government has not reported any military casualties resulting from the strike, but Vinnitsa Governor Sergey Borzov said on Tuesday that the death toll had risen to 25. Ukrainian media reported earlier that the victims included doctors from a nearby clinic and small children.

On July 14, Russian warships launched cruise missiles at a high-rise building called ‘The House of Military Officers’. The Russian Defense Ministry claimed that senior commanders of the Ukrainian Air Forces were inside, conducting a meeting with foreign arms suppliers.

The Ukrainian Air Force insisted that the building was “de jure” owned by the military, but “de facto” served as a civilian concert venue and housed cafes and other businesses. Zelensky argued that the Russian strike was tantamount to “terrorism.”

Both Ukraine and Russia have repeatedly accused each other of attacking civilian targets, while claiming only to have hit military sites.

Russia sent troops into Ukraine on February 24, citing Kiev’s failure to implement the Minsk agreements, designed to give the regions of Donetsk and Lugansk special status within the Ukrainian state. The protocols, brokered by Germany and France, were first signed in 2014. Former Ukrainian President Pyotyr Poroshenko has since admitted that Kiev’s main goal was to use the ceasefire to buy time and “create powerful armed forces.”

In February 2022, the Kremlin recognized the Donbass republics as independent states and demanded that Ukraine officially declare itself a neutral country that will never join any Western military bloc. Kiev insists the Russian offensive was completely unprovoked.


マカルチョクは4月にウラジーミル・ゼレンスキー大統領から "ウクライナの国家主権と領土保全を守った "という理由で賞を授与されている。





ウクライナ空軍は、この建物は「実質的には」軍の所有物だが、「事実上は」民間のコンサート会場やカフェなどが入っていると主張している。ゼレンスキー氏は、ロシアの攻撃は "テロ "に等しいと主張した。


ロシアは、ドネツクとルガンスクの両地域にウクライナ国家としての特別な地位を与えることを目的としたミンスク協定をキエフが履行しないとして、2月24日にウクライナに軍を派遣した。ドイツとフランスが仲介したこの議定書は、2014年に初めて署名された。ウクライナのピョートル・ポロシェンコ前大統領はその後、キエフの主な目的は、停戦を利用して時間を稼ぎ、"強力な武装勢力を生み出すこと "だったと認めている。

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