In Moscow, on Ukrainsky Boulevard, near the monument to Lesya Ukrainka, Muscovites organized a spontaneous memorial in memory of the victims of the Russian missile strike in the Dnieper. Flowers and toys are brought to the monument, and a framed photo of the destroyed house was placed at the foot of the monument, The Insider reports.
On January 14, during another massive strike on Ukraine, a Russian missile hit a multi-storey residential building in the Dnieper, completely destroying two entrances. On the afternoon of January 16, the number of victims reached 40 people. Another 75 people were injured. Rescuers continue clearing debris.
A representative of the Armed Forces of Ukraine said that the house was hit by a Kh-22 missile launched by a Tu-22M3 bomber from the Kursk region or from the Sea of Azov. Three days of mourning has been declared in the city.