Czech Foreign Ministry summons Russian ambassador because of Hroza attack
On Thursday, October 12, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic called the Russian Ambassador Aleksandr Zmievsky because of the Russian attack on the Ukrainian village of Hroza
Radio Prague International writes about it.
The official reason for the call is the "barbaric attack" that Russian troops committed against the civilian population of the village of Hroza.
On October 5, a tragic event unfolded in Hroza, Kharkiv region, when Russia shelled the village. This act resulted in the loss of at least 50 lives and left six others injured. The incident took place at a café where a memorial dinner was in progress, and it was confirmed that the missile used was an Iskander-M.
Following this devastating event, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights dispatched a field team to investigate the Russian attack on Hroza in the Kharkiv region.
By October 7, local law enforcement had identified 48 of the deceased. DNA samples were collected from at least 16 relatives, while an additional 79 samples were processed from unidentified remains and body fragments using the ANDE DNA complex.
On October 9, it was reported that 49 bodies of Hroza residents had been identified.
Tragically, on October 10, the police announced that the death toll had increased to 53 people. The police had initially received 22 reports of missing individuals in Hroza, but only five remained missing. Investigators and forensic experts worked tirelessly since October 5, conducting 288 DNA studies.
Only on October 11 did it become known that 55 people had lost their lives. On the last day, two more individuals were identified through DNA analysis.
On October 11, the SBU identified the suspected individuals responsible for the Russian attack on Hroza. These individuals were local former intelligence agents and brothers who had fled to the occupiers.