Natalia Gavrilița, prime minister of Moldova, arrived in Ukraine today. The minister visited towns, where every brick is a witness to the atrocities and crimes to which the Russian army subjected the Ukrainians.
"Today I am on a working visit to Kyiv. Visited the cities of Bucha and Irpin. With my own eyes, I saw burned and destroyed houses, schools, kindergartens and destroyed roads, but the most painful sight are the crosses behind the gardens. Not a single photo, not a single video can convey what I saw here, on the spot," Natalia Gavrilița.
The minister again condemned Russia's actions against Ukrainians and stressed Moldova's support in the process of investigating Russian crimes on the territory of Ukraine.
"Every citizen of Ukraine, especially children and women who have been subjected to cruelty and inhuman treatment, deserve justice in international criminal courts."
Gavrilița stressed that Moldova will continue to support Ukraine with all available methods. It is also expected that the state will soon adopt a resolution recognizing Russia as a sponsor of terrorism.
Yesterday, December 5, Russia launched a terrorist attack against Ukraine: 70 missiles were fired at the country's civilian and energy infrastructure. One of them fell on the territory of Moldova.