The archbishop of Kiev in his daily video message delivers a gruesome testimony to explain the horror of the war that has been going on in Ukraine for 47 days: “I was very struck by the story of Lukashivka of the Chernihiv region, which describes how the invaders treated especially the elderly. Elder Mykola, who is over 70, an eyewitness, says that when the Russians arrived in the village, they took 140 people to the school basement, the 60-square-meter basement. They were not allowed to go out into the yard, and the dead were kept there along with the living. There were 50 children with them, and so he tied himself with a scarf to the Swedish back when he slept, suspended, so as not to step on anyone nearby. ” “This type of behavior – says Sviatoslav Shevchuk – has no future, and those who do not honor their father and mother, who do not take care of the elderly, cannot have God’s blessing and do not live on this earth for long” . “The enemy is bombarding Kharkiv, they are attacking Mykolayiv with heavy bombardments, and in the Luhansk region there is not a single city that has not been bombed” reports the archbishop of Kiev. “According to the latest UN data, only Officially 1,800 people have been killed in Ukraine, but the real figure – says Sviatoslav Shevchuk – could be many times more, maybe 10 times, or even higher, because they are only now starting to find the dead in the liberated cities and villages. 1500 people have officially disappeared, and we have no news of them. They could be dead too. “
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