Pro-Russian faction, Ukraine accused of attack A total of 7 people died in 3 places | Reuters

At least seven people were killed and more than 10 injured in three attacks on Thursday in pro-Russian areas of Ukraine controlled by Russian forces. REUTERS/Alexander Ermoshenko

[ロンドン 16日 ロイター] – At least seven people were killed and more than 10 injured in three attacks on Thursday in pro-Russian areas of Ukraine controlled by Russian forces. Pro-Russian officials accused the Ukrainian government of being behind it.

In the eastern Ukrainian city of Lugansk, a pro-Russian pro-Russian administrator of the Lugansk People’s Republic posted on the Telegram chat app that the prosecutor general and deputy prosecutor general had been killed by a bomb. He denounced the Ukrainian government as a “terrorist state”.

Podlyak, an adviser to the Ukrainian president’s office, said the killing of the prosecutor general and deputy prosecutor general was either the work of a criminal gang or a purge of witnesses to “war crimes” from Russia.

In southern Ukraine, pro-Russian officials said two officials were killed in Berdyansk. He accused the Ukrainian government of being behind it all.

The murdered couple, the deputy head of the administration of Berdyansk and the wife, who participated in the preparation of a referendum on the annexation of Russia in the Zaporozhye region, were allegedly killed. Reuters has not been able to independently verify this information.

In addition, the Russian News Agency (RIA) reported that three people were killed and 13 injured in a missile attack on the regional government headquarters in the southern province of Kherson, citing information from an agency administrative set up by Russia.

The Ukrainian government has yet to comment on the killing of officials in Berdyansk and the missile strike in Kherson Oblast.

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