We would fight to the end as Russian burst Ukraine Rail Station, kills 22, wounds 50 others – Ukraine President

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Ukraine President, Volodymyr Zelensky has on Wednesday said while his country was marking six months of war with Moscow that Russian burst a Ukrainian railway station killed 22 people and 50 others were wounded.

He further in a speech to the UN Security Council, said “I have just received information about a Russian missile strike on a railway station in the (central) Dnipropetrovsk region, that at least 15 people were killed and around 50 injured,”

Zelensky said the strike was “right on the wagons at Chaplin station. Four passenger cars are on fire”.

“Rescuers are working on the spot, but the death toll may rise, unfortunately. This is our daily life,” Zelensky said.

The strike comes as Ukraine marks Independence Day, commemorating its separation from the Soviet Union in 1991.

It also comes as the country enters its seventh month of war against Russia, launched on February 24.

Zelensky said earlier Wednesday that Ukraine would fight “to the end”.

While most fighting is now taking place in eastern and southern Ukraine, where neither side appears to be making progress, Russia regularly strikes Ukrainian cities with long-range missiles, according to Kyiv.

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