Oleksandr Pavliuk: «The world should know about the terrible consequences of the Russian occupation»
On April 28, two foreign delegations led by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and Prime Minister of the Republic of Bulgaria Kiril Petkov visited the Kyiv region. The Head of Kyiv Regional Military Administration Oleksandr Pavliuk together with the Head of Kyiv Region Humanitarian Headquarters Oleksii Kuleba visited Borodyanka, Bucha and Irpin.
During their visit, the delegations saw the consequences of the aggressor’s bombing of Borodyanka and Irpin residential areas, the place of mass civilians burial in Bucha. Oleksandr Pavliuk told the honored guests about the fighting that was in these areas and the killing of civilians by the Russian military.
“The consequences of the Russian occupation are terrible. The enemy massively destroyed civilian infrastructure and killed civilians. The enemy deliberately shot at multistoried buildings, knowing that civilians lived there. The whole world must know about this. Surely, we will rebuild all localities affected by the occupation. The only thing that we will never be able to bring back is the lives of people who were ruthlessly tortured and shot by enemy troops. This is our greatest sorrow. And we will cope with everything else. We are grateful to our world partners for their support and assistance,” said Oleksandr Pavliuk.
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