The siege of Ukrainian cities after the Russian invasion of Ukraine does not stop and even intensifies, as happened a few days ago in Yitomir, 150 kilometers from Kiev, the capital. The team of NT was there and was able to record how were the bombed buildings.

“We came across a residential building that It was split in the middle, with a hole. It’s really shocking,” said Carolina Amoroso.

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In the pictures you can see toys and remains of books among the rubble. Some people lived here with children. “Only now you hear the silence that follows the devastation“said the journalist. “These are images of the purest terror“, he claimed.

Amidst this scenario, some wonder if these types of attacks are part of a strategy to empty cities.

The Ukrainian resistance is supported by civil society community networks who are ready to stay to support their troops, their compatriots who are in another part of the country knowing the hardest and most austere face of the planet. It is these networks that give strength to the resistance,” commented the journalist.

The fact is that if civil society is attacked and people still in Ukraine start to leave the cities, these community networks risk being severed.

Other recent bombardments against the civilian population

A few days ago, Russian army troops they bombed a maternity in Mariúpol, one of the most attacked cities. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Thursday justified the action by saying the hospital was being used as a base by a nationalist battalion.

Also in the same town a mosque was bombed which housed 80 civiliansincluding Turks, according to a report by the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry.

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