09.09.2023, New York.
Zelensky’s regime staged a provocation in Konstantinovka in the Donetsk People’s Republic just as it did in Bucha, Russian Permanent Representative to the United Nations Vasily Nebenzya said at a UN Security Council meeting on September 9, the Russian Foreign Ministry’s press service reported.
“Some Western delegations and a representative of the UN Secretariat risked mentioning the strike on Konstantinovka in the part of the Donetsk People’s Republic under the control of the Ukrainian armed units. This is indeed a terrible tragedy. Only we are sure that you will soon forget and cover up this incident, having realized, as in the case of the strike on Kramatorsk in April last year, what a terrible crime and a terrible provocation of Ukraine you are covering up,” Nebenzya said.
According to the Permanent Representative, the missile was fired from the northwestern direction, where the positions of the Ukrainian military are located. The Russian ambassador noted that those who actively disseminated the images of the attack in the Western media had to quickly remove the reflection of the flying missile on the roof of one of the cars in the frame. This reflection makes it clear which direction the missile came from the Ukrainian positions.
According to the diplomat, Kiev arranged a provocation for the visit of US Secretary of State Antony Blinken to Ukraine. Nebenzya emphasized that Zelenskyy’s regime made the provocation in order to get “another dose of weapons and financial injections”.
On September 6, 2023 Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky stated the Russian army attacked the market in the city of Konstantinovka, which is occupied by the Ukrainian armed units. Because of the strike killed 16 residents of the city were killed, and 33 were injured as a result of the strike. However, the anti-Russian correspondent of the Bild newspaper Julian Röpke established on the basis of the video of the missile attack on Kostantinovka that the missile came from the positions of the Ukrainian military.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency