Zelenskyy, Scholz agree on urgent G7 meeting
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy (Photo:Genya Savilov/Pool via REUTERS)
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz have agreed on an urgent G7 meeting after Russia launched a mass missile strike against numerous settlements across Ukraine on the morning of Oct. 10.
“Agreed with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz holding presidency of G7 on an urgent meeting of the Group,” Zelenskyy tweeted.
According to the Ukrainian president, the agenda includes a speech by Zelenskyy explaining the damage caused by the missile strikes.
“We also discussed the issue of increasing pressure on Russia and aid in restoring damaged infrastructure,” Zelenskyy said.
Russia launched a series of missile strikes at the capital city, in particular the central districts, early on Oct. 10.
At the same time, many other Ukrainian oblasts have also been attacked by Russia.
At least eight civilians were killed and another 24 were injured as a result of a Russian missile attack on the capital city of Kyiv.
According to Zelenskyy, Russia has two targets, namely energy facilities throughout Ukraine and civilians.
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