April 8, Donetsk region, Kramatorsk city. 4.000 civilian Ukrainians at the railway station were preparing for evacuation. Then the Russians dropped 2 Tochka U missiles at the station. 39 people died immediately, including 4 children. The bloody massacre claimed the lives of more than 50 Ukrainians, and more than 50 were seriously injured. Many were left without arms and legs.
Russia did not take responsibility and falsely argued that it did not own Tochka U missiles. No one had any doubts that it was Russia that was the terrorist, and today proof of this was found. In short, she kept her missiles, which Russia later dropped on Ukrainian children, in Belarus.
The news resource Belarusian Gayun has published a fragment of the dialogue of the Belarusian monitoring group. It becomes clear that on March 18, 2022, 2 An-124 of the Russian aerospace forces flew to Machulishchi, Belarus. One of the planes, registration code RA-82010, brought us 3 Tochka U missiles on its board.
On the cover of this article, you see a bloodied unicorn toy. This unicorn belongs to a girl who died from the shelling of the Kramatorsk railway station by Russian rockets Tochka U. The Ukrainian police took the unicorn soaked in children's blood from the scene of the tragedy and delivered it to Kyiv in an evidence bag. On April 15, the toy was handed over to the UN office to investigate Russian war crimes in Ukraine.