JCCC, Russia’s Investigative Committee record aftermath of Ukrainian strike at Perevalsk college


Personnel of the Lugansk People’s Republic Office at the Joint Centre for Control and Coordination of issues related to Ukraine’s war crimes and Russia’s Investigative Committee (SK) have recorded the aftermath of the Ukrainian artillery attack at the Perevalsk college.

Kiev forces fired six missiles from high mobility artillery rocket systems at Perevalsk at 07:40 killing an 18-year-old student. Another six students who were in the college at the time of the attack were taken to hospital. They were not seriously hurt. A teacher was also hurt in the artillery attack.
“The body of the student has been retrieved from under the debris; five students and the teacher have been hospitalized,” an SK investigator said. “Fragments of the missile found at the scene will be sent for an expert examination to determine their characteristics and type.”
Expert of the LPR Office at the JCCC Alexey Getmansky said that Kiev forces had fired blast fragmentation missiles which are intended to destroy structures and manpower.
“The strike was delivered at 7:30, i.e. the workday was already beginning,” he said. “The building was hit four times. We’ll carry out a visual inspection to determine the precise number of the fired missiles.”
The Ukrainian government launched the so-called anti-terrorist operation against Donbass in April 2014.  The Donbass peace talks participants have announced ceasefire more than 20 times since the autumn of 2014. Kiev forces regularly violated the truce opening fire with large caliber artillery, mortars and tank guns which were to have been withdrawn from the contact line under the accords.*i*ie








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