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Ukraine-Russia-News: Ukrainian city of Dnipro hit by four rockets


During the night, several rockets destroyed a "private company" in Dnipro, Ukraine. Nobody got hurt. And: Minister Denys Maljuska renewed the demand for reparations from Russia before the G7 meeting. the news

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Destroyed house after attack in Dnipro earlier this week

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Four rockets hit the Ukrainian city of Dnipro

7.40 a.m .:

According to the authorities, the city of Dnipro was hit by four Russian rockets on Tuesday night.

The production facilities of a "private company" were badly damaged, the governor of the Dnipropetrovsk region in the central east of the country, Valentyn Resnichenko, said on Telegram.

He did not provide any further information about the company.

A fire broke out, but was extinguished.

No one was killed or injured, Resnichenko wrote.

The city of Nikopol on the Dnipro River, further south, was also shelled.

Ukrainian minister: Russia must pay reparations

5.57 a.m .:

With a view to the meeting of the G7 justice ministers in Berlin, the Ukrainian head of department Denys Maljuska has reiterated his country’s demand to ask Russia to pay for the war damage.

He relies on the support of the group of seven economically strong democracies.

"Russia must pay the Ukrainian people for the damage they caused in this war," Maljuska told the Funke media group's newspapers.

“Russia has to pay reparations, as we have seen in other regions in past wars.” Damage of 150 billion dollars is assumed, “which does not include the economic damage and the costs for the injured and war victims and their families does not include,” said the Ukrainian Minister of Justice.

He called for a "compensation mechanism" in which Russian funds that are in European accounts and were frozen as part of the sanctions are to be transferred to Ukraine.

“This would put pressure on the Russian elite in this war.

And this would help Ukraine to rebuild the country after the Russian invasion,” Malyuska argued.

»At the G7 summit, we call on the countries to join this compensation and reparation mechanism and to find financial and legal ways to make this international fund possible with Russian money.«


Source: spiegel

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