“My condolences to all those who have lost their loved ones! Help is being provided to the wounded,” Zelenskyy stated via his Telegram account.
“Russian terror must be stopped. Anyone who helps Russia circumvent sanctions is a criminal.”
The village that was attacked is believed to have housed only 500 people.
The attack came as Zelenskyy participated in a summit in Spain where he is working to gain supporters for Ukraine.
Zelenskyy said that Ukraine would “respond to the terrorists”.
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