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Who was Anastasia Stoluk?(Drunk Russian soldiers’ shot dead 10-year-old Ukrainian girl in front of her uncle by blasting houses at random) Wiki, Bio, Age, Instagram, Twitter & Quick Facts

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Anastasia Stoluk, also called Nastya, was buried in the backyard after soldiers forbade her mother, Luba, from visiting the cemetery, The Times reports.

Her cousin Anya Stoluk, 18, said she died in the town of Shybene, about 40 miles from the Ukrainian capital, on February 28.

Russian soldiers allegedly began “shooting everywhere they could see”, including at four houses, after a Ukrainian teenager fired a gun into the air.

The girl’s reported death comes after an 18-month-old boy named Kirill was fatally wounded by a Russian shelling in the city of Mariupol on Saturday.

Kirill’s devastated mother, Marina Yatsko, and her boyfriend Fedor were later seen grieving as they hugged the lifeless body of her son lying on a stretcher in the besieged city.


Russian soldiers allegedly began ‘shooting everywhere they could see’, including at four of the village’s houses, after a Ukrainian teenager fired a gun into the air.

Luba informed Anya of the arrival of the Russian soldiers on February 28, but she said that everything was calm. The next day, a friend who lived in the area told him about Nastya’s death.

Anya’s adoptive mother, Vera Dmitrienko, 40, told the newspaper: ‘(The Russian soldiers) looted all the shops, of course, drank a lot of alcohol… and got drunk and started shooting.

“They shot at Nastya’s house, she was there with her uncle and she died immediately.”

Referring to the sounds of a gunshot in the air,: “The soldiers heard it, but since they were so drunk they didn’t know where she was from, they started shooting everywhere.”


A mother and two children were killed and the father was wounded by a mortar shell in Irpin, near Kiev, on Sunday as hundreds of civilians sought safety.

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Three members of the same family were among those killed in the recent attack by Vladimir Putin’s forces in Irpin, a town 12 miles from Kiev.

It came as the wife of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky pleaded with the international media to “tell the terrible truth” that Putin’s troops are “knowingly and cynically” killing children.

Olena Zelenska took to Instagram to say that the Russians had been killing Ukrainian children since Putin’s forces invaded on February 24.

She called on NATO to implement a no-fly zone over Ukraine to “save our children, because tomorrow you will save yours.”

Meanwhile, MPs will hear from Volodymyr Zelensky on the plight of Ukraine today as Boris Johnson continues his diplomatic offensive to encourage Western leaders to punish Russia for the invasion.

Zelensky will address the House of Commons at 5 p.m. m. via video link after President Lindsay Hoyle approved a request for a “historic speech” by the Ukrainian president who is reportedly at risk of assassination by pro-Russian groups in Kiev.

He gave a speech to the European Parliament last week and delivered a virtual message to the US Senate on Saturday, and the embattled leader on Tuesday is expected to renew the messages of those speeches to MPs, including pressing for The West sets up a no-fly zone. on Ukraine and for more weapons to be handed over.

The prime minister, who speaks regularly with Zelensky, has always ruled out UK surveillance of Ukrainian skies, arguing that it would mean shooting down Russian planes.

On Monday night, Johnson spoke with US President Joe Biden, French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, with the four leaders vowing to “continue to press Russia to isolate Putin diplomatically and economically.”

A No 10 spokeswoman said: “The prime minister stressed that our goal must be to ensure that Putin fails in this act of aggression against Ukraine.”

The Foreign Minister met with the Ukrainian ambassador to the UK, Vadym Prystaiko, that same evening.

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