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  • MFA of Ukraine brings heads of foreign diplomatic missions to the site of russian attack on Okhmatdyt
    Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, posted 09 July 2024 07:36

    On July 8, 2024 on the commission by Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba, the Deputy Minister Yevhen Perebyinis, together with 33 heads of diplomatic missions accredited in Ukraine, visited one of Ukraine’s largest children’s hospitals, Okhmatdyt, which was heavily damaged by a russian missile strike.

    The delegation of foreign ambassadors had the opportunity to see the consequences of the barbaric russian missile strike on a medical facility where civilians, including children, were being treated for cancer and other heavy illnesses.

    Yevhen Perebyinis called on representatives of diplomatic missions and international organizations to respond decisively to this horrific war crime and to make every effort to strengthen Ukraine’s air defense.

    Minister of Internal Affairs Ihor Klymenko and Director of Okhmatdyt Volodymyr Zhovnir were present at the site to inform foreign diplomats about the consequences of russian terror.

    The delegation included heads and representatives of diplomatic missions from the EU, NATO, UNHCR, UNDP, UNICEF, Argentina, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Austria, Canada, Canada, France, Greece, Indonesia, Japan, Italy, Mexico, Moldova, Montenegro, the Netherlands, Norway, North Macedonia, Poland, the Holy See, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sudan, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Turkey, Vietnam, and the United Kingdom.