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Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy revealed Monday that 87 soldiers died last week in a Russian strike on a barracks housing troops, making it the largest military loss from a single attack in the ongoing war.
The deadly incident happened on Tuesday, May 17, in the town of Desna, just north of Ukraine’s capital of Kyiv, according to Reuters.
The article goes on to state the following:
“Today we completed work at Desna. In Desna, under the rubble, there were 87 casualties. Eighty-seven corpses,” Zelenskyy was quoted as saying Monday.
It was first reported that 8 people were killed in the attack, but the latest revelation that 87 souls were lost makes it the highest loss of life in a single attack from the war, according to a Reuters report.
87 victims have been found under the debris of the buildings bombed in Desna, a settlement in the Chernihiv region, on May 17th, Zelensky said in Davos pic.twitter.com/3q1BVddNdZ
— UkraineWorld (@ukraine_world) May 23, 2022
— Daria Kaleniuk (@dkaleniuk) May 23, 2022
Zelensky for the first time acknowledged the huge losses of the UAF from the strike of the Russian Army
“87 dead were found under the rubble (of the training center of the UAF “Desna”).”
The number of wounded is not stated, it is obvious that there are also a lot of them. pic.twitter.com/EWYXonOPHp
— AZ OSINT (@AZmilitary1) May 23, 2022
87 people killed by a rocket strike on 17th May in Desna, Chernihiv region, – @ZelenskyyUa speaking at Davos Forum.
— Anton Gerashchenko (@Gerashchenko_en) May 23, 2022
Rustem Umerov, a member of the Ukrainian Parliament, tweeted, “Enemy missiles continue to kill innocent people. The bodies of 87 people were found under the rubble after an air strike on the village of Desna in the Chernihiv region, launched by the Russian army a week ago. Russians must pay for every life they took.”
Enemy missiles continue to kill innocent people.
The bodies of 87 people were found under the rubble after an air strike on the village of Desna in the Chernihiv region, launched by the Russian army a week ago.
Russians must pay for every life they took.
— Rustem Umerov (@rustem_umerov) May 23, 2022
87 killed in a May 17 Russian missile strike against the Desna military training center in Chernihiv Region, Zelensky says.
— Illia Ponomarenko 🇺🇦 (@IAPonomarenko) May 23, 2022
⚡️Zelensky: 87 people killed by Russian airstrike in Chernihiv Oblast on May 17.
The bodies were found under the rubble at the Ukrainian army’s Desna training ground.
— The Kyiv Independent (@KyivIndependent) May 23, 2022
Day 89 of Ukraine resistance. Russia again strikes railway infrastructure. President Zelensky said that 87 people died as a result of missile strike on a military training center in Chernihiv region last week. Russian soldier who killed a civilian sentenced to life in prison
— Olga Tokariuk (@olgatokariuk) May 23, 2022
🇺🇦President @ZelenskyyUa during the World Economic Forum in @Davos: “After an airstrike on the village of Desna in #Chernihiv region by the #Russian army a week ago, on May 17, the bodies of 87 people were found under the rubble”#StopRussianWar#ArmUkraineNow#StandWithUkraine️ pic.twitter.com/GpGRQEAuto
— MFA of Ukraine 🇺🇦 (@MFA_Ukraine) May 23, 2022
The first photograph of the huge impact crater after a fatal missile attack in #Desna this morning.
— Tim White (@TWMCLtd) May 17, 2022
“Today, we finished work on the Desna. Unfortunately, the statistics are as follows: today, there are 87 victims on the Desna. 87 corpses, victims, killed – the future of Ukraine will lack these people,” the President of #Ukraine said.
🕯 Eternal memory of the dead!
— Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine – Ukrainian Parliament (@ua_parliament) May 23, 2022
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