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G7 Summit LIVE: ‘Brazen display of contempt’ bloc urged to hit back at ‘bully’ Putin

Because the Group of Seven (G7) leaders gathered in Germany for the three-day summit, Vladimir Putin launched a missile strike on a packed purchasing heart in Kremenchuk, in central Ukraine. Movies posted on social media confirmed flames engulfing the constructing, with probably lots of of individuals inside it, in response to Ukrainian authorities. In his nightly tackle, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky mentioned: “[The strike on the shopping centre] is among the most defiant terrorist assaults in European historical past.” The G7 responded to the assault: “We, the Leaders of the G7, solemnly condemn the abominable assault on a shopping center in Kremenchuk. We stand united with Ukraine in mourning the harmless victims of this brutal assault. Indiscriminate assaults on harmless civilians represent a battle crime. Russian President [Vladimir] Putin and people accountable will probably be held to account.”

In the meantime, Piers Morgan mentioned: “Putin intentionally bombed 1000 civilians in a Ukraine grocery store because the G7 met. It’s laborious to think about a extra brazen show of contempt for the worldwide group.

“As I’ve mentioned from the beginning of this battle, bullies solely perceive one language. NATO ought to assault him.”


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