Zelensky urges Europeans to take a stronger stance against Russia.
Zelensky urges Europeans to take a stronger stance against Russia.

KIEV: Volodymyr Zelensky, Ukraine's president, urged European leaders to do more to counter Moscow's continuous military assault on Kiev in his latest video message, describing the Russian bombardment of a maternity facility in the besieged city of Mariupol as a "war crime."

The BBC described the Mariupol municipal council as claiming that Wednesday's air strike caused "colossal devastation," including burned-out houses, damaged automobiles, and a massive crater outside the hospital.According to local officials, Ukrainian media reported that 17 individuals were hurt, including personnel and patients.

"Europeans!" Zelensky exclaimed in his early Thursday morning talk. You will be unable to claim ignorance of what happened to Ukrainians and Mariupol citizens. You observed. You are aware. " We have never committed or would commit anything remotely resembling this war crime in any of the Donetsk, Luhansk, or other region's cities." To any city on the planet." The President continued, "Everything the invaders are doing to Mariupol is already beyond atrocity."

Ukrainians! Europeans! Residents of Mariupol! Today, we must stand united in condemning Russia's war crime, which embodies all the evil brought to our land by the invaders." He also urged the West to ramp up sanctions against Russia and "put pressure" on Moscow to dialogue and end the war.

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