Ukraine’s Zelenskyy: Russian attack on village was ‘no blind strike’

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President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said on Thursday that a Russian missile attack which killed 51 people in a Ukrainian village was “no blind strike” and Russian troops could not have been unaware of where they were striking.

“A deliberate missile strike on a village in Kharkiv region on an ordinary store and cafe,” Zelenskyy said in his nightly video address, delivered while attending a summit of the European Political Community in Spain.

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“Russian troops could not have been unaware of where they were hitting. This was no blind strike.”

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