Today, June 28, the UN Security Council meets to discuss the strike on Kremenchug and the shelling of Ukrainian civilians by the occupants. This is reported by the UNN with reference to the program of the meeting and the Norwegian representation on Twitter.
"The report of the Russian attack on the shopping center in Kremenchug is appalling. Norway condemns Russia's indiscriminate and deliberate attacks on civilians and civilian infrastructure," the Norwegian mission said in a statement.
The Security Council meeting will begin at 3 p.m. ET (10 p.m. Kyiv time).
G7 leaders condemned the Russian missile attack on the trade center in Kremenchug. This is evidenced by the statement of G7.
The G7 leaders stressed that together with Ukraine they mourn the innocent victims of the brutal and despicable attack.
"Indiscriminate attacks on innocent civilians are a war crime. Russian President Vladimir Putin and others responsible will be held accountable," the statement said.
G7 leaders reiterated "unwavering support for Ukraine."
"We will not rest until Russia ends its cruel and senseless war on Ukraine," they stressed.
As a reminder, Russian occupiers launched missile strikes on a shopping mall in the city of Kremenchug. The strike was carried out by two X-22 missiles. They were fired from long-range Tu-22 M3 bombers from an airfield in the Kursk region.
One of them hit the city stadium.
Under the procedural guidance of the Poltava regional prosecutor's office, a pre-trial investigation was launched into the violation of laws and customs of war, combined with premeditated murder (part 2 of article 438 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine).