Russia must be held accountable for its crimes

Yesterday, as a result of Russia’s brutal missile strike against the Ukrainian cities 37 people were killed, three of whom were children, and 170 were injured, including 13 children.

The Russian missile struck the largest children’s hospital in Ukraine — Okhmatdyt Children’s Hospital in Kyiv, targeting young cancer patients. Okhmatdyt is one of the most important CHILDREN’S hospitals not only in Ukraine but also in Europe.

Yesterday and today, civilian citizens of Kyiv doctors, and ordinary people are continuing to help clear the rubble. There are people under the rubble, and the exact number of casualties is still unknown.

Russia cannot claim ignorance of where its missiles are flying and must be held fully accountable for all its crimes, against people, against children, against humanity in general.