Kyiv: During UN chief Antonio Guterres’ visit to the Ukrainian capital, one of the rockets landed near his hotel, according to his spokesman. According to the BBC, the rocket hit Thursday barely an hour after Antonio Guterres held a press conference with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Spokesman Stephane Dujarric told CBS News that the Guterres and his team were safe because the UN delegation was meeting the prime minister in his office and was not at the hotel at the time. The leader said, “I am in Kyiv today.
Two rockets exploded in kyiv, I was shocked to learn that two rockets exploded in the city where I am. “So this is a dramatic war, and we absolutely have to end this war, and we absolutely need to have a solution for this war.” State Emergency Service in Kyivsiad that the rocket hit at 8:13 p.m. Thursday. “Following enemy bombing, a fire broke out in a 25-storey residential building with partial destruction of the 1st and 2nd floors…
According to preliminary data, 5 people were rescued and 10 were injured. The information is being clarified,” he added. Condemning the incident, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said: “…Immediately after our talks (with Guterres) ended in Kyiv, Russian missiles flew into the city. 5 missiles. This says a lot about Russia’s true attitude towards global institutions, about Russian leaders’ efforts to humiliate the UN and everything the organization stands for.
And therefore requires an appropriate and powerful response. “Russian missile strikes on Ukraine – on kyiv, Fastiv, Odessa, Khmelnytskyi and other cities – prove once again that we cannot relax yet, we cannot think that the war is over We still have to fight, we have to drive out the occupiers. Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal tweeted: “During the meeting with Antonio Guterres in Kyiv, we heard explosions. Russia launched a missile strike on the capital I am sure that such provocative behavior by the occupier will be correctly assessed by the UN Secretary General The war in Ukraine is an attack on world security!