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UN Condemns Attack on Dnipro in Ukraine Conflict

Постоянный координатор ООН в Украине Дениз Браун в пятницу выступила с заявлением, в котором решительно осудила «удары Вооруженных сил Российской Федерации по городу Днепр и другим районам Днепровской области, принесшие новые страдания народу Украины».

По словам Дениз Браун, которая работает непосредственно в Украине, удары были нанесены рано утром в пятницу, в результате чего были повреждены дома, погибли и получили ранения десятки людей. 

«Это произошло всего через два дня после смертоносного удара по Чернигову, – отметила Браун. – И снова есть сообщения о том, что среди погибших были дети». 

Сотрудники гуманитарных организаций в Днепре, сообщила она, уже работают на местах, помогая пострадавшим. 

«Эти нападения – еще один пример грубого пренебрежения к человеческим жизням, – подчеркнула Браун. – Международное гуманитарное право обязывает [стороны вооруженного конфликта] защищать гражданское население и гражданскую инфраструктуру».

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  1. According to Denis Brown, who is working directly in Ukraine, the strikes were carried out early Friday morning, resulting in damaged homes, dozens of people killed, and injured. “This happened just two days after the deadly strike on Chernihiv,” Brown noted. “And again, there are reports that among the dead were children.” Humanitarian workers in Dnipro, she reported, are already on the ground, assisting the affected. “These attacks are yet another example of gross disregard for human life,” Brown emphasized. “International humanitarian law obliges [parties to the armed conflict] to protect civilian populations and civilian infrastructure.”

  2. According to Denise Brown, who is working directly in Ukraine, the strikes were carried out early in the morning on Friday, resulting in damaged homes, dozens of people killed and injured. “This happened just two days after the deadly strike on Chernihiv,” Brown noted. “And again, there are reports that among the dead were children.” Humanitarian workers in Dnipro, she reported, are already on the ground helping the victims. “These attacks are another example of gross disregard for human life,” Brown emphasized. “International humanitarian law obliges [parties to the armed conflict] to protect civilians and civilian infrastructure.”

  3. Deniz Brown, who works directly in Ukraine, expressed her strong condemnation of the “strikes by the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation on the city of Dnipro and other areas of the Dnipropetrovsk region, bringing new suffering to the people of Ukraine.” According to Deniz Brown, the strikes were carried out early Friday morning, resulting in damage to homes, the deaths, and injuries of dozens of people. “This happened just two days after the deadly strike on Chernihiv,” Brown noted. “And again, there are reports that among the dead were children.” Humanitarian workers in Dnipro, she reported, are already on the ground, assisting the victims. “These attacks are another example of gross disregard for human life,” Brown emphasized. “International humanitarian law obliges [parties to the armed conflict] to protect civilian populations and civilian infrastructure.”

  4. According to Denise Brown, who works directly in Ukraine, the strikes were carried out early Friday morning, resulting in damaged homes, dozens of people killed and injured. “This happened just two days after a deadly strike on Chernihiv,” Brown noted. “And again there are reports that among the dead were children.” Humanitarian workers in Dnipro, she reported, are already on the ground helping the affected. “These attacks are another example of gross disregard for human life,” Brown emphasized. “International humanitarian law obliges [parties to the armed conflict] to protect civilian population and civilian infrastructure.”

  5. How can the international community ensure the protection of civilians in the ongoing conflict in Ukraine?

    1. As the situation escalates in Ukraine, it’s crucial for the international community to take firm action in protecting civilians from further harm. The recent attacks on Dnipro are appalling, and it’s imperative that all parties involved respect the lives and rights of innocent people caught in the conflict.

  6. Denise Brown’s statement strongly condemns the “strikes by the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation on the city of Dnipro and other areas of the Dnipropetrovsk region, causing new suffering to the people of Ukraine.” According to Denise Brown, who works directly in Ukraine, the strikes occurred early Friday morning, resulting in damage to homes, dozens of deaths, and injuries to many people. “This happened just two days after the deadly strike on Chernihiv,” Brown noted. “And again, there are reports that among the dead were children.” Humanitarian organizations in Dnipro, she reported, are already working on the ground, assisting the affected. “These attacks are another example of gross disregard for human lives,” Brown emphasized. “International humanitarian law obliges [parties to the armed conflict] to protect civilian populations and civilian infrastructure.”

  7. Denis Brown, who is working directly in Ukraine, stated that the attacks were carried out early Friday morning, resulting in damaged homes, dozens of deaths, and injuries to many people. “This happened just two days after the deadly strike on Chernihiv,” Brown noted. “And once again there are reports that among the casualties were children.” She mentioned that humanitarian workers in Dnipro are already on the ground, assisting the affected. “These attacks are another example of gross disregard for human lives,” Brown emphasized. “International humanitarian law obliges [parties to the armed conflict] to protect civilian populations and civilian infrastructure.”

  8. UN Condemns Attack on Dnipro in Ukraine Conflict
    The statement by the UN Coordinator in Ukraine, Denis Brown, on Friday is a strong condemnation of the “attacks by the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation on the city of Dnipro and other areas of the Dnipropetrovsk region, bringing new suffering to the people of Ukraine”.
    According to Denis Brown, who is working directly in Ukraine, the strikes were carried out early Friday morning, resulting in damage to homes, deaths, and injuries to dozens of people. “This happened just two days after the deadly strike on Chernihiv,” Brown noted. “And again, there are reports that among the dead were children.” Humanitarian workers in Dnipro, she reported, are already on the ground, assisting the affected. “These attacks are yet another example of gross disregard for human lives,” Brown emphasized. “International humanitarian law obliges [parties in armed conflict] to protect civilian population and civilian infrastructure.”
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