Blinken secure continued support for Ukraine during a June 27 post on Twitter. “The world is horror-struck by Russia’s missile strike today, that hit a crowded Ukrainian shopping mall – the most recent in a string of atrocities,” Blinken said on Twitter.
At the time of the Gregorian calendar month twenty seven NBC report, sixteen people were dead and fifty nine slashed supported accounts from Serhiy Kruk, head of Ukraine' emergency service. NBC reported it had been unable to verify the death toll.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken aforesaid a Russian missile strike that hit a packed Ukrainian mall Gregorian calendar month twenty seven was “the latest within the string of atrocities” against the individuals of Ukraine.
“We can still support our Ukrainian partners and hold Russia, as well as those to blame for atrocities, to account.” Russia launched a missile strike on a packed mall within the Poltava region in the town of Kremenchuk, NBC News according. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky aforesaid over 1,000 individuals were within throughout the attack.