Ukraine savages cannibal creature Putin after toddler is killed
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Vladimir Putin has been branded a “cannibal” by the Ukrainian authorities after Russian missile strikes killed at least 23 civilians – including a two-year-old girl. The Russian President ordered his latest attack in a likely attempt to step up pressure on Kyiv amid reports that Ukrainian forces are running out of ammunition.
As a result, deadly blasts rocked the eastern city of Dnipro, claiming the lives of innocents including the toddler and her 31-year-old mother.
Ukrainian Ministry of Defence’s official Defense of Ukraine Twitter account shared a picture of the pair, neither of whom has yet been named.
It commented: “A mother and her two-year-old daughter from Dnipro died today.
“And that creature… It seems he is never going to have enough.
“He is hoping for another peace deal.
“But remember, the cannibal negotiates and then eats again.”
Russia fired more than 20 cruise missiles and two drones at Ukraine early yesterday, with two other children, both aged 10, also understood to have been killed.
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said the latest strikes proved showed the Kremlin was not interested in a peace deal.
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He tweeted: “Missile strikes killing innocent Ukrainians in their sleep, including a 2-year-old child, is Russia’s response to all peace initiatives.
“The way to peace is to kick Russia out of Ukraine.”
Czech President Petr Pavel, on a visit to Ukraine, was unconvinced by the Kremlin’s past denials of responsibility for such bloodshed.
He told Czech media: “The number of attacks on civilian targets leads to an only conclusion that it is intentional. It’s a clear plan intended to cause chaos, horrors among the civilian population.”
Shortly after Putin ordered his attack, the Russian Defence Ministry posted a photo on Telegram showing a missile launch and saying: “Right on target.”
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The message sparked fury among Ukrainians on social media and some officials, who saw it as gloating over the casualties.
Andriy Yermak, the head of Ukraine’s presidential office, said: “The Ministry of Homicide of the Russian Federation is happy that it hit a residential building with a rocket and killed civilians.”
The missiles were fired from aircraft operating in the Caspian Sea region, according to Ukrainian Armed Forces Commander in Chief Valerii Zaluzhnyi.
Overall, he said, Ukraine intercepted 21 of 23 Kh-101 and Kh-555 type cruise missiles launched, as well as the two drones.
Meanwhile, the Moscow-appointed mayor of the Russia-held city of Donetsk, Alexei Kulemzin, claimed a Ukrainian rocket killed seven civilians in the centre of the city, also on Friday. He said the victims died when a minibus was hit.
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