EU: Russia will be held accountable for its barbaric attacks – Last Minute World News

The President of the European Council, Charles Michel, made a statement on social media after the teleconference meeting of the leaders of the G7 countries.

Noting that they coordinated the response to Russia’s attack on Ukraine at the meeting, Michel said, “The Russian regime will be held accountable for its brutality, including the attack on the school in Luhansk.” used the phrase.

Michel stated that they would give more support to Ukraine, and that the Marshall Plan, which was brought up for the rebuilding of the country, was necessary.

EU High Representative for Foreign Relations and Security Policy Josep Borrell also stated in his social media post that he was horrified by the school attack in Luhansk.

Reminding that there are reports of the death of many children, Borrell said, “The EU condemns Russia’s disregard for civilian lives and supports efforts to bring the perpetrators of this attack to justice.” made his statement.

Governor of Ukraine’s Luhansk region, Sergey Gayday, announced that a school in Bilogorivka village was destroyed in an air attack by Russian forces on May 7, and that 60 people in the school’s bunker may have died.

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