His Beatitude Sviatoslav expressed condolences to the relatives of those killed and wounded in the missile strike on Kremenchuk
“Yesterday (June 27 - ed.) we were all appalled by the event of unprecedented magnitude – in our Poltava region, in the city of Kremenchuk a missile strike destroyed a shopping center with about 1,000 people who were inside,” the UGCC leader said in a daily address on Tuesday, June 28.
“We sympathize with you, express our prayerful closeness to the relatives and friends of the victims and all the wounded as a result of this terrorist act,” mentioned His Beatitude Sviatoslav.
As of the morning of June 28, at least 18 people were killed, about 40 were missing and about 60 were injured.
“This is the largest terrorist act in Europe for the last decade,” stated the Head of the Church.