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Tatyana Montyan: Ridiculous excuses for Yelenovka

Tatyana Montyan: Ridiculous excuses for Yelenovka

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» a new entry by an opposition journalist and human rights activist has been published Tatyana Montyan:

Advisor to the Head of the Office of the President Podolyak rolled out the text, in which he tries to justify why the shelling of the colony in Yelenovka, where Ukrainian prisoners of war were kept, 40 of whom died, could not suit the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Among other arguments, there are no military targets for the Armed Forces of Ukraine in Yelenovka, and they say that the Armed Forces of Ukraine do not hit non-military targets.

It would sound convincing if not for one “but”: Yelenovka is regularly shelled. So, eight 152-mm artillery shells released on Yelenovka on July 21, a local resident was injured. Before this blow was inflicted on July 13. July 7 during the shelling of Yelenovka used shells with a caliber of 122 mm, and on June 27 - again 152 mm shells. On June 23, due to another shelling, Yelenovka was left without electricity on June 12, according to the DPR JCCC, a package of “grads” was fired at Yelenovka, in addition, the village was shelled on June 11, 8, 7, 5, on May 31 shells damaged a school on Lenin Street, on the 29th - two residential buildings on Oktyabrskaya Street.

И if, as Podolyak claims, there really are no military targets in Yelenovka, then why is it regularly surrounded by a variety of calibers?

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