Missile attack on high-rise building in Dnipro: call to expel Russia from UN is put on building
A banner calling for Russia's expulsion from the United Nations was put on a partially destroyed building in Dnipro, which was hit by a Russian missile on January 14
This was reported by Radio Liberty.
The call to expel Russia from the UN was initiated by the Public Hub organization. Its representative Artem Mykolaychuk said that a fair trial of a terrorist sponsor country can only be ensured by a tribunal established under the United Nations Charter or the International Criminal Court on the proposal of the UN Security Council.
"There is no place in the UN for a terrorist country. They have been in the UN illegally for more than 30 years, and that's why we have the current situation in Ukraine, Syria, Georgia, and Ichkeria. We urge people to sign the petition and explain that if Russia is in the UN Security Council, we will never receive full reparations, because the only body that can enforce the funds is the UN Security Council," Mykolaychuk said.
On the multi-storey building partially destroyed by a Russian missile on January 14, civic activists placed a 20-meter banner calling for Russia's membership in the UN to be revoked. The authors call for signatures on the petition.
A similar banner has also been put in Borodyanka, Kyiv region, and is planned to be placed in Mykolaiv, Kharkiv – at facilities destroyed by Russia – and in Lviv.
On Saturday, January 14, Russian forces attacked Dnipro, destroying the whole entrance of a nine-story building.
On January 17, search and rescue works ended in Dnipro, during which 39 people were rescued, including 6 children. In total, 45 people died in this tragedy, including 6 children, and 79 people were injured, including 16 children.
As of January 18, 17 people were still missing.
There are 11 people missing as a result of the Russian strike on a high-rise building in Dnipro. In addition, the police received 560 reports of damage to property caused by the missile attack.
As of January 19, 46 Ukrainians have been reported dead as a result of Russian missile strike on a high-rise building in Dnipro