Friday, September 30, 2022

Kiev unleashes deadly attack on civilians seeking refuge in Zaporozhye’s liberated zone - TASS

More than 20 people were killed and 34 were injured when Ukrainian troops shelled a caravan of vehicles with civilians who wanted to flee the Kiev-controlled zone of the Zaporozhye Region, Vladimir Rogov, chair of the We Are Together with Russia movement, said on Friday.

"At the moment, we know that about 23 Zaporozhye residents were killed and 34 were wounded," he wrote on his Telegram channel.

He added that the vehicles were at a car market where a civilian convoy was being formed. "Upon leaving Zaporozhye, a line of cars waiting to pass through to the liberated territory was shelled," he specified.

"This is plainly a classic Anglo-Saxon style false flag with regards to civilian dissidents.  This was carried out along the lines of the customary 'they shelled themselves' script followed by accusations against Russia," Rogov wrote.

The public figure called out the shelling of the caravan as an act of revenge by the Kiev-run authorities. "Literally the day before yesterday, to protest the actions of the [Ukrainian President Vladimir] Zelensky regime, these people blocked the road demanding that they be allowed to go to the liberated territory. Immediately after this, SBU agents and the police arrived and began making open threats," he wrote.

Earlier, Energodar’s military-civilian administration reported that a column of vehicles wanting to cross over to the liberated zone of the Zaporozhye Region was shelled by Ukrainian forces on the outskirts of Zaporozhye. Rogov said it consisted of about 10 cars.

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  1. A total of 23 civilians were killed and 34 others were injured as a result of a strike by Ukrainian military on a convoy of cars on their way in the Zaporizhzhia region, Vladimir Rogov, a member of the main council of the Zaporizhzhia regional administration, said on Friday.

    Rogov told Sputnik earlier in the day that Ukraine attacked a convoy of cars with civilians on their way in the Zaporizhzhia region.

    "As of now, it is known about 23 dead and 34 injured civilians," Rogov wrote on Telegram.

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  2. Стало известно о жертвах удара украинских боевиков по колонне беженцев на Ореховском шоссе в Запорожской области. Погибли 23 человека, еще 34 мирных жителя ранены. Об этом сообщает глава совета администрации региона Владимир Рогов.

    Он подчеркнул, что беженцы пытались выехать на освобожденные территории и были простыми мирными жителями. По словам Рогова, украинская сторона пытается обвинить в произошедшем РФ.

    «Дождавшись удара нашей армии по военным объектам в Запорожье, нацисты нанесли удар по нашим людям, стоящим в очереди на выезд. Сделано это было по классической формуле "Сами себя обстреляли" с последующими обвинениями России», - рассказал он.

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  3. Twenty-four people were killed and 36 more were wounded, including a child, after Ukraine’s forces shelled a caravan of vehicles with civilians who wanted to flee the Kiev-controlled zone of the Zaporozhye Region, Vladimir Rogov, who chairs the We Are Together with Russia movement, said on Friday.

    "There are 24 people killed, 36 wounded, including a child," he stated.

    Earlier, Energodar’s military-civilian administration reported that a column of vehicles wanting to cross over to the liberated zone of the Zaporozhye Region was shelled by Ukrainian forces on the outskirts of Zaporozhye. Rogov said it consisted of about 10 cars.

    Head of the Zaporozhye Region’s Military-Civilian Administration Yevgeny Balitsky said that the attack carried out against the convoy of vehicles was a direct strike intended to slaughter civilians.

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