Famous author Stephen King calls Russia's missile strike on Kremenchuk shopping mall ‘terrorist attack’

28 June, 03:05 PM
Stephen King (Photo:@Stephen King/Twitter)

Stephen King (Photo:@Stephen King/Twitter)

The famous U.S. horror writer Stephen King, who has been actively supporting Ukraine since the beginning of the war, has reacted to Russia's missile strike on a shopping mall in Ukraine's city of Kremenchuk on June 27, calling it a "terrorist attack."

"The Russian strikes on Ukrainian civilian targets are basically terrorist attacks. Slava Ukraini!" King tweeted.

Ukraine's Defense Ministry has commented on his tweet, saying that "Russians are more horrific than any monster in your novels."

The famous writer, dubbed the "King of Horror," has supported Ukraine since the beginning of the war unleashed on it by Russia.

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In his posts, King regularly criticizes Russia and its dictator Putin. In addition, back in March, King refused to extend his contracts with publishers to issue his books in Russia.

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