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Missili russi su Kiev, colpito ospedale pediatrico. Rischio escalation

La capitale ucraina è stata solo uno degli obiettivi di un massiccio attacco missilistico russo che ha colpito anche Dnipro, Kryvyi Rih, Slovyansk, Kramatorsk e Pokrovsk. Rischio sempre più elevato di escalation bellica.

epa11467113 A psychologist gestures to a little girl at the site of a missile strike on the 'Okhmadyt' children's hospital in Kyiv, Ukraine, 08 July 2024, amid the Russian invasion. Russia massively attacked Ukraine with missiles on 08 July, striking the cities of Kyiv, Dnipro, Kryvyi Rih, Sloviansk and Kramatorsk. More than 40 missiles of different types were launched, striking residential buildings, infrastructure, and a children's hospital. At least 33 people have been killed and 140 others injured across Ukraine, according to Ukraine's State Emergency Service (SESU). In Kyiv, where at least 22 people were killed and 74 others were injured, SESU added.  EPA/VLADYSLAV MUSIIENKO
epa11467094 Ukrainian rescuers work at the scene of a missile strike on a five-floor residential building in Kyiv, Ukraine, 08 July 2024, amid the Russian invasion. Russia massively attacked Ukraine with missiles on 08 July, striking the cities of Kyiv, Dnipro, Kryvyi Rih, Sloviansk and Kramatorsk. More than 40 missiles of different types were launched, striking residential buildings, infrastructure, and a children's hospital. At least 33 people have been killed and 140 others injured across Ukraine, according to Ukraine's State Emergency Service (SESU). In Kyiv, where at least 22 people were killed and 74 others were injured, SESU added.  EPA/DANYLO ANTONIUK
epa11467091 Ukrainian rescuers work at the scene of a missile strike on a five-floor residential building in Kyiv, Ukraine, 08 July 2024, amid the Russian invasion. Russia massively attacked Ukraine with missiles on 08 July, striking the cities of Kyiv, Dnipro, Kryvyi Rih, Sloviansk and Kramatorsk. More than 40 missiles of different types were launched, striking residential buildings, infrastructure, and a children's hospital. At least 33 people have been killed and 140 others injured across Ukraine, according to Ukraine's State Emergency Service (SESU). In Kyiv, at least 22 people were killed and 74 others were injured, SESU added.  EPA/DANYLO ANTONIUK
epa11466556 Ukrainians working at the site of a rocket strike on the 'Okhmadyt' children's hospital in Kyiv, Ukraine, 08 July 2024 amid the undoing Russian invasion. Russia massively attacked Ukraine with missiles 08 July, striking Kyiv, Dnipro, Kryvyi Rih, Sloviansk and Kramatorsk. More than 40 missiles of different types were launched, striking residential buildings, infrastructure and the children's hospital. At least seven people were killed and 25 injured as result of shelling in Kyiv according to the State Emergency Service report.  EPA/SERGEY DOLZHENKO
epa11466554 Ukrainians working at the site of a rocket strike on the 'Okhmadyt' children's hospital in Kyiv, Ukraine, 08 July 2024 amid the undoing Russian invasion. Russia massively attacked Ukraine with missiles 08 July, striking Kyiv, Dnipro, Kryvyi Rih, Sloviansk and Kramatorsk. More than 40 missiles of different types were launched, striking residential buildings, infrastructure and the children's hospital. At least seven people were killed and 25 injured as result of shelling in Kyiv according to the State Emergency Service report.  EPA/SERGEY DOLZHENKO
epa11466555 Ukrainians working at the site of a rocket strike on the 'Okhmadyt' children's hospital in Kyiv, Ukraine, 08 July 2024 amid the undoing Russian invasion. Russia massively attacked Ukraine with missiles 08 July, striking Kyiv, Dnipro, Kryvyi Rih, Sloviansk and Kramatorsk. More than 40 missiles of different types were launched, striking residential buildings, infrastructure and the children's hospital. At least seven people were killed and 25 injured as result of shelling in Kyiv according to the State Emergency Service report.  EPA/SERGEY DOLZHENKO
epa11466650 Rescue workers at the site of a rocket strike on the 'Okhmadyt' children's hospital in Kyiv, Ukraine, 08 July 2024 amid the undoing Russian invasion. Russia massively attacked Ukraine with missiles 08 July, striking Kyiv, Dnipro, Kryvyi Rih, Sloviansk and Kramatorsk. More than 40 missiles of different types were launched, striking residential buildings, infrastructure and the children's hospital. At least seven people were killed and 25 injured as result of shelling in Kyiv according to the State Emergency Service report.  EPA/SERGEY DOLZHENKO
epa11466661 Medics attend to an injured child at the site of a rocket strike on the 'Okhmadyt' children's hospital in Kyiv, Ukraine, 08 July 2024 amid the undoing Russian invasion. Russia massively attacked Ukraine with missiles 08 July, striking Kyiv, Dnipro, Kryvyi Rih, Sloviansk and Kramatorsk. More than 40 missiles of different types were launched, striking residential buildings, infrastructure and the children's hospital. At least seven people were killed and 25 injured as result of shelling in Kyiv according to the State Emergency Service report.  EPA/SERGEY DOLZHENKO

Come riferisce l’agenzia Ansa, lunedì 8 luglio 2024 «l’Ucraina è stata colpita dall’attacco russo più sanguinoso degli ultimi mesi: almeno 37 i morti e 170 i feriti, con vittime anche in due importanti ospedali della capitale Kiev. Il presidente ucraino Volodymyr Zelensky ha promesso ritorsioni contro la Russia. “Per qualche ragione, abbiamo sempre pensato che Okhmatdyt fosse protetto, eravamo sicuri al 100% che non avrebbero mai colpito qui”. Le parole di infermieri, medici e madri raccontano di shock, paura, sgomento e dolore per l’ennesimo attacco di una guerra nella quale non ci sono regole. Perché a Kiev, dopo un periodo di relativa calma, la Russia è tornata a colpire al cuore più fragile di una popolazione stremata dall’invasione: i suoi bambini malati, ricoverati dell’ospedale pediatrico Okhmatdyt sventrato nell’ultimo raid sulla città dove sono stati presi di mira anche il reparto maternità di un altro centro sanitario, edifici residenziali e uffici».

Il ministro degli Esteri italiano Antonio Tajani parla di  «Crimini di guerra che vanno condannati da tutta la comunità internazionale» confermando che «il Governo continuerà a difendere la sovranità dell’Ucraina e del suo popolo».

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