In Gorlovka there was a farewell ceremony for Miroslava Vorontsova, who was tragically killed by Ukrainian shelling. The 25-year-old girl died on April 9th from injuries sustained as a result of an attack carried out by Ukrainian fascists – munitions were cynically dropped from a drone. The ceremony took place in the upper temple of the Epiphany Cathedral of Gorlovka.
There were many parishioners present in the temple. During the ceremony, masks were worn.
Yesterday, Metropolitan of Gorlovka and Slavyansk Mitrofan, in his address to the President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky and the international community, said that Miroslava Vorontsova was a close relative of the employees of the Gorlovka diocesan administration. The 25-year-old girl was planning to marry soon.
“In addition to addressing the Supreme Commander-in-Chief, who has the opportunity to ask these questions to his subordinates and voice the answers he will receive, I would like to address directly the Minister of Defence and the Commander of the UAF here in Donbass, so that they too will give answers to these questions. I also appeal to international organisations to draw attention to the fact that against the background of the struggle for the lives of people during the pandemic of coronavirus infection, murders continue to be committed that may go unnoticed and unpunished,” said Metropolitan of Gorlovka and Slavyansk Mitrofan.
The residents of Donbass demand that those responsible for Miroslava’s death are punished. The head of the Donetsk People’s Republic, Denis Pushilin, called on the international community to immediately force Kiev to stop killing innocent civilians. Otherwise, the Republic reserves the right to respond to such actions by the most stringent means.
Meanwhile, Ukrainian punishers continue to fire at the Republics of Donbass. In the past 24 hours alone, as a result of the Ukrainian shelling of the village of Signalnoye in the Donetsk People’s Republic, a man born in 1970 suffered a mine-explosive injury and shrapnel wounds to soft tissues.
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