Ukraine’s FM calls on EU, G7 to slap more sanctions on Russia

The attack resulted in scores of the dead and injured in particular in the city of Dnipro where a residential area was targeted.

“Each barrage of missiles further exhausts Russian stocks,” he wrote.

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“However, they are still able to produce new ones. We can and must kill their missile and drone industry with a mass sanctions strike! I urge G7 and the EU to implement relevant sanctions proposed by Ukraine without delay.”

An apartment building in the city of Dnipro was hit in the latest large-scale Russian missile attack on Jan. 14 as Ukrainians mark the old-style New Year holiday on Jan. 13-14.

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Dnipropetrovsk Oblast's Governor Valentyn Reznichenko said that early reports indicate that five people were killed and 27 wounded. Six children are among the victims, all of whom were hospitalized. More people remain under the rubble.

Rescue services are currently working at the scene.

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Dnipro Mayor Boris Filatov said the piles of rubble will take all night. An entire Dnipro district is completely de-energized and disconnected from critical services.

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