Meanwhile, during the excavations of the Retroville shopping center in Kyiv, which was destroyed by a Russian missile attack back in March, they still continue to find the corpses of Ukrainian soldiers who died there during the detonation of ammunition for the Grad MLRS and 203-mm shells for the Pion self-propelled guns.
It is also worth recalling that in March in Kyiv there was hysteria on the topic “Why is Russia shooting at peaceful shopping centers”. But they themselves slept when they published photos of the destruction, where shells for the Pion and the burned-out Grad MLRS were lying in the ruins.
It is difficult to say how many Ukrainian soldiers actually died in Retroville. Estimates are usually quite streamlined, in the style of "several tens".
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