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Muscovites began to voluntarily bring flowers and toys to the monument to Lesya Ukrainka

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The monument, built in 2006, is located quite far from the center, so the police have not yet paid attention to such civil activity.

In Moscow, citizens bring flowers to the Lesya Ukrainka monument in memory of the victims of the Russian missile attack on a high-rise building in the city of Dnipro. On Monday, January 16, The Insider writes in relation to its own correspondent.

According to the newspaper, people bring flowers and toys to the “memorial”. At its foot, a picture of a high-rise destroyed by an enemy attack was installed, where, according to the latest data, 40 people, including three children, were killed.

Recall that a video of a Russian missile attack on a high-rise building on the Dnieper appeared on the Web, which took place on Saturday, January 14.

Remember, on January 14, Russia fired 38 missiles at Ukraine. One of them, the X-22 missile, designed to destroy groups of aircraft carriers, destroyed the entrance to a residential building on the Dnieper. The death toll on January 16 was 40 people, three of whom were children.

Until now, 25 people are being searched in Dnipro who may end up in a damaged house.

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