Kharkiv's Palace of Culture Was Destroyed by a Russian Missile Attack, Leaving Eight Injured | Artnet News

5/25/2022 12:34:00 AM

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called the attack an example of “absolute evil.”

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called the attack an example of “absolute evil.”

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy called the attack an example of “absolute evil” and “absolute stupidity.”

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy called the attack an example of “absolute evil.”,May 24, 2022A damaged building in downtown Kharkiv, eastern Ukraine, on May 23, 2022. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP via Getty Images)Last Friday, a Russian missile razed a newly renovated Palace of Culture in Eastern Ukraine. Eight people were injured in the incident, including an 11-year-old child.

The news was announced by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who said the attack shows that Russia has “identified culture, education, and humanity as their enemies.”“What is in the minds of people who choose such targets?” Zelensky wrote onTelegram

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Kharkiv’s Palace of Culture Was Destroyed by a Russian Missile Attack, Leaving Eight Injured Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy called the attack an example of “absolute evil.Ajanique Williams and her three kids have been hopping from hotel to hotel since they lost everything on May 12th.How one Russian brigade terrorized Bucha.NATO howitzer from a distance of over 12 miles away.

” , May 24, 2022 A damaged building in downtown Kharkiv, eastern Ukraine, on May 23, 2022. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP via Getty Images) Last Friday, a Russian missile razed a newly renovated Palace of Culture in Eastern Ukraine. Now, Williams is burning through money and she said she doesn’t have enough to provide for her 14, 11 and 6-year-old kids. Eight people were injured in the incident, including an 11-year-old child. Over the next 18 days, in just one corner of this Kyiv suburb where the brigade took control, 12 people were killed, including all of the inhabitants of six houses where the soldiers set up camp. The news was announced by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who said the attack shows that Russia has “identified culture, education, and humanity as their enemies. Looking at the house… I don’t even have words for it.” “What is in the minds of people who choose such targets?” Zelensky wrote on Telegram . @128brigade/Zenger The Ukrainian brigade said on May 23:"From the first shot: The 'Transcarpathian Legion' hit a racist target with a NATO howitzer from a distance of over 20 kilometers.

“Absolute evil, absolute stupidity. The homes were located in the Williams said she and her family have spent the last 15 years at the home. They cooked in the neighbor’s garden, killing and plucking chickens and roasting them on a barbecue while the men lay dead yards away across the alley.” Accompanying his post was a security video of the missile striking the institution, located in the Kharkiv region of Eastern Ukraine. The footage shows the building cratering in on itself before being engulfed in a massive plume of smoke and debris. Ad “Everything you could think of -- birth certificates… material stuff we can always get back but sentimental value stuff we can’t,” said Williams. Pedestrians can be seen running from the site; one passing car abruptly pulled off the road, another sped away. Another man, caught by the Russian soldiers as he ran along the train track and taken into a cellar of a house at the end of the street, was also found shot dead. Occupiers identified culture, education and humanity as their enemies.” The fire is forcing Williams to start from scratch. The target was over 20 kilometers (12 miles) away so an accurate shot clearly demonstrates the high accuracy of the latest weapons that have arrived and continue to enter the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

And they do not spare them missiles or bombs. What is in the minds of people who choose such targets? Absolute evil, absolute stupidity – Zelenskiy about destroyed palace of culture in Lozova, Kharkiv region . “Spending money that we don’t have and that we didn’t expect to spend. The story of Bucha and its horrors has unfolded in chapters as new revelations of Russian atrocities emerge, fueling outrage among Ukrainians and across much of the world.