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Kateryna Tabashnyk, 28, revealed her mother was one of at least 11 civilians killed in two explosions that hit residential areas of Kharkiv overnight, leaving 40 others injured in one of the deadliest nights of shelling since the lockdown began.
war. to be in Munich for the European Athletics Championships, she posted a tribute on Instagram along with pictures of her bombed-out apartment and a caption directed at Russia that reads, “How I hate you.”
Visible in the rubble of the apartment was one of Tabashnyk’s old racing numbers, apparently kept by her mother as a trophy.
She wrote: ‘My mommy. I love you a lot. The Russian world took my mother’s life. [They] ‘freed’ me from my home and my whole life.’
Governor Oleh Synehubov announced the death toll from the two attacks on Thursday morning, saying the first attack occurred on Wednesday night.
Russian bombs hit an apartment block in the city’s Saltivka neighborhood, he said, killing at least seven people and wounding 20 others.
Then, in the early hours of Thursday, more bombs fell, this time killing at least four and wounding 20 others in the town of Krasnohrad.
Three children are said to be among the injured, including a 12-year-old.
Russia denied targeting civilians and said it had actually blown up a military base and killed 90 ‘foreign mercenaries’.
President Volodymyr Zelensky, in his late-night speech on Wednesday, said of the attacks: “We will not forgive, we will take revenge.”
‘There was a rocket attack… on a bedroom… The building was completely destroyed. We are establishing the exact number of dead and wounded.
‘A vile and cynical attack on civilians that has no justification and demonstrates the impotence of the aggressor.’
Kharkiv resident Tamara Kramarenko
Kharkiv resident Tamara Kramarenko said the bedroom where she lived had been hit by a missile on Wednesday.
Bang, gray! Gray fog … we have three windows, there is nothing else left! Stairs started collapsing, people started helping each other,” she told Reuters.
Pavlo Kyrylenko, governor of the eastern Donetsk region, said on Telegram that three civilians had been killed in Russian strikes in the region in the past 24 hours.
The attacks came just hours before President Zelensky was to host UN chief Antonio Guterres and Turkish President Recept Tayyip for talks.
Zelensky is to discuss a deal to get grain out of the country to avoid global food shortages and the safety of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant.
Guterres arrived in Lviv on Wednesday, near Ukraine’s border with Poland, where the talks are to take place.
Deputy UN spokesman Farhan Haq said that, among other things, Guterres will discuss “his general efforts to do what he can to cool down as much as possible with the various authorities.”
Last month, Turkey and the UN helped broker a deal that paves the way for Ukraine to export 22 million tons of corn and other grains stuck at its Black Sea ports since Russia invaded on February 24.