“Attack on Ukrainian mall reminds Putin targeting innocent civilians” – Voice of the Mirror

“The Ukrainian people can take heart from the Prime Ministers’ statement of support at the G7 summit in Germany yesterday, where they pledged to stand by the country for as long as needed.”

The Western powers must heed President Volodymyr's call - otherwise Putin would gain further ground
The Western powers must heed President Volodymyr’s call – otherwise Putin would gain further ground

The rocket attack on the mall in the Ukrainian The city of Kremenchuk joins the growing list of atrocities committed by Russian forces.

It’s a reminder that Vladimir Putin is targeting innocent civilians.

The Ukrainian people can take heart from the Prime Ministers’ statement of support yesterday at the G7 summit in Germany, where they pledged to stand by the country for as long as needed.

Contrary to claims that cracks were emerging in the alliance, world leaders agreed that Ukraine alone should determine its future.

Words of solidarity count for nothing if they are not accompanied by more military aid. President Volodymyr Zelenskyy appealed to the G7 for more air defense systems, weapons and tougher sanctions.

The western powers must heed his call. Otherwise, Putin could gain more ground and kill and maim more innocents.

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It also fails to acknowledge that average nurse salaries are 5% lower in real terms than in 2010.

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If Sajid Javid values ​​the people who take care of us, he would start taking care of them.







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