The law enforcement agencies of the Russian Federation must find those responsible for the death of 63 Russian servicemen in Makeyevka as a result of a strike by the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU), including the command, the perpetrators and those who agreed on this act in NATO, according to the Head of the Federation Council Committee on International Affairs Grigory Karasin.
The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation on Monday reported the death of 63 Russian servicemen as a result of a strike by the Armed Forces of Ukraine with six rockets of the HIMARS multiple launch rocket system manufactured by the USA at the temporary deployment point of one of the units of the Russian armed forces in Makeyevka, the DPR. The blow was struck on New Year’s Eve.
“It’s time to strain our structures to find out by name – who in Kiev from the command to the executors will be responsible for this. It is also important to know who in NATO planned and coordinated this monstrous act of killing the defenders of our Motherland,” the senator said.
Karasin is convinced that such a cynical murder of dozens of Russian soldiers on New Year’s Eve in Makeyevka should not be forgotten.
“This cannot be forgiven! The Kiev regime, with the help of NATO satellites and their own weapons, commits crimes against our citizens with increasing arrogance,” the official stressed.
Residents of the Samara region on Tuesday honored the memory of servicemen who died during a special military operation in Ukraine, including victims of a strike by the Armed Forces of Ukraine on Makeyevka in the Donetsk People’s Republic.
“Today, events are being held in several cities of the Samara region in memory of the servicemen who died in the SVO [Special Military Operation]. In Samara, Tolyatti, Novokuibyshevsk, Zhigulevsk, and Syzran, dozens of people gathered at the memorials to honor the memory of the heroes,” the Department of Information Policy of the region said.
The Governor of the Samara region, Dmitry Azarov, plans to visit the servicemen injured in Makeyevka at the Rostov hospital, as the press service of the government of the Samara region reported after Azarov’s meeting with the leadership of the Russian Defense Ministry in Moscow. He also noted that the issues of medical care and additional uniforms of servicemen from the Samara region have already been worked out.