“Any strike against civilian infrastructure constitutes a war crime and cannot go unpunished.” Emmanuel Macron reacted on Twitter Wednesday, November 23 to the Russian strikes which led to massive power and water cuts in several towns. At least six people died. According to the Ukrainian Air Force, Russia fired around 70 cruise missiles at Ukraine, 51 of which were shot down, and sent five suicide drones. Follow our live.
Emmanuel Macron will have “direct contact” with Vladimir Putin. The French president announced on Wednesday that he would have “direct contact” with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin “in the next few days” on civil nuclear power and the Zaporijjia power plant.
At least six dead and 36 injured. According to Ukrainian police chief Igor Klymenko, Wednesday’s Russian shelling left at least six people dead and 36 injured. In Kyiv, “Three people were killed. Among them is a 17-year-old girl”, said the mayor of the capital, Vitaly Klitschko. He had specified a little earlier that infrastructure had been affected and that the water supply had been “suspended throughout kyiv” because of the bombings.
Volodymyr Zelensky denounces a “crime against humanity”. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky denounced before the United Nations Security Council a “crime against humanity” perpetrated by Russia, evoking the fate of “several million people without energy supply, without heating and without water”.