“War crime”: France reacted to the Russian strike on the Dnieper

Paris will support Ukrainian and international courts to bring to justice those involved in these crimes.

France called the attack on the Dnieper a war crime / photo ua.depositphotos.com

France condemns in the strongest possible terms the Russian missile and drone strikes, which again targeted Kyiv last night, as well as the Kharkiv and Dnipropetrovsk regions.

In a statement, the press service of the French Foreign Ministry noted that this was the thirteenth May attack on the capital. It is also said that these strikes were again deliberately carried out on civilian targets, including a hospital in Dnipro, which is a flagrant violation of international humanitarian law.

“As Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs Catherine Colonna has repeatedly pointed out, these unacceptable actions constitute war crimes and cannot go unpunished. France will continue to support Ukrainian courts and the International Criminal Court in the fight against impunity for such crimes,” the statement reads.

The Foreign Ministry assured that France would continue to help Ukraine resist this illegal aggression, both military and humanitarian, for as long as needed.

Russian strike on the Dnieper – details

The number of people injured in the Dnieper as a result of an enemy missile attack on a hospital and a veterinary clinic increased to 30, two people died.

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky stressed that the missile attack on the Dnieper was carried out by completely sick creatures.

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