Disgusting and brutal. With these words, the world leaders of the G7 countries at the summit in Germany condemned the Russian missile attack on the shopping center in Kremenchuk, Ukraine. According to President Volodymyr Zelenský, there were a thousand people in it at the time of the attack, and the numbers of victims and wounded were in the tens. After more than four months of war between Russia and Ukraine, the city on the banks of the Dnieper has joined a long list of Ukrainian cities such as Irpin, Bucha, Kharkiv or Mariupol, where war crimes appear to have taken place. After the meeting in Bavaria on Tuesday, several of the leaders of the most developed countries in the world will meet again in Madrid at the NATO summit in Madrid. It has the label of the Alliance’s most important meeting since the end of the Cold War. His main topic will be how to deal with Russia, which this time even doubters call a direct threat. The aftermath of the war in Ukraine is compared to the turning point the West underwent after the attack on the Twins on September 11, 2001. How NATO will cope with the new world reality will be one of the most important issues for the key summit of 30 member countries. What NATO has no courage for “Attacks that do not distinguish between innocent civilians are a war crime. “Russian President Vladimir Putin and the people responsible for them will bear the consequences,” G7 leaders said in a joint statement. At the NATO summit, they will discuss the strengthening of combat troops on the Eastern Wing and a new strategic concept. However, the next three days will not solve one in the Spanish capital. Just like after the killing of civilians in Bucha by the Russian occupiers or after the bombing of Mariupol, even after the attack on the Ukrainian department store in Kremenchuk will not have This article is the exclusive content for subscribers of the Diary N. Are you a subscriber?
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