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November 30, 2022

Romania strongly condemns Russia’s massive missile attacks on Ukrainian cities

Romania’s Prime Minister Nicolae Ciuca (photo) has condemned Russia’s massive missile attacks on Ukrainian cities, stressing that these actions represent “war crimes” that violate the UN Charter.

“I strongly condemn the massive Russian missile attacks on civilian Ukrainian infrastructures and peaceful cities. These war crimes, the death of innocent civilians bring so much sufferance and break the Charter of the United Nations,” Ciuca said wrote on Twitter on Monday.

According to the Reuters news agency, Ukraine’s top general says Ukrainian forces shot down at least 41 missiles that were fired at Ukraine by Russia on Monday morning.

“This morning, 75 missiles were launched. 41 of them were neutralised by our air defence,” General Valeriy Zaluzhnyi, Commander-in-Chief of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, wrote on Twitter.

Several explosions rocked the Ukrainian capital Kyiv and the cities of Lviv, Ternopil and Dnipro on Monday, after Russia accused Ukraine of orchestrating a powerful blast that damaged a key bridge linking Russia and Crimea, according to Reuters.


ForMin Aurescu announces staff of Romanian Embassy in Kyiv is safe, condemns the Russian attacks on the capital of Ukraine


The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bogdan Aurescu, announces, in a message on Twitter, that the staff of the Romanian embassy in Kyiv is safe and condemns the Russian attacks on the capital of Ukraine.

”I strongly condemn Russia’s missile strikes against civilian objectives in Kyiv’s centre and other Ukrainian cities, in blatant violation of international humanitarian law, resulting in loss of human lives. Glad that the personnel of Romania’s Embassy is safe, even if one strike hit only 850m away of its HQ,” Aurescu wrote on Twitter.


President Iohannis firmly condemns Russia’s missile attacks on cities and civilian infrastructure in Ukraine


On Monday, President Klaus Iohannis “firmly” condemned Russia’s missile attacks on cities and civilian infrastructure in Ukraine.

“I strongly condemn Russia’s horrific missile attacks on Ukrainian cities and civilian infrastructure. The killing of innocent people must stop. We will continue to support Ukraine in its fight against the Kremlin’s aggression,” the head of state wrote on Twitter.

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