Shmihal confirmed that he and Michel had to run for cover during a missile attack on Odessa.
Mishel and Shmigal were hiding in the shelter during the air raid in Odessa/EU
While visiting Odessa, the head of the European Council, Charles Michel, and the Prime Minister of Ukraine, Denis Shmihal, were forced to hide in shelters due to air raid alerts. The Russians once again launched a missile attack on Odessa.
Prime Minister Denis Shmihal stressed that the bombing of Odessa takes place virtually every day. Today is no exception.
Shmigal remembered the blow of the infidels before Easter
Denis Shmihal recalled how on April 23 Russian infidels hit a residential building with a rocket, as a result of which a 3-month-old child, his mother and grandmother died. Charles Michel and the head of government visited this house.
Unfortunately, civilians are dying. We visited one of these places – a residential building destroyed by a Russian rocket, where a three-month-old girl, her mother and grandmother died. A terrible grief that has come to this and thousands of other Ukrainian families,” Shmihal emphasized.
The head of government stressed that we must stop the aggression and hold Russia accountable for all war crimes.
Schmigal and Michel in Odessa/EU Photo
Charles Michel's visit to Odessa: highlights
- The head of the European Council, Charles Michel, visited Odessa on Europe Day, which is celebrated today in the EU. Thus, the politician wants to show his support for our state.
- During the visit, Michel emphasized that we are not alone, because Europe supports us.
- President Volodymyr Zelensky spoke with Charles Michel in online and thanked for the support. Denys Shmihal accompanied the European guest in Odessa.
- During the visit, the head of the European Council stressed that the world should see how Russia blocks the seaports of Ukraine. Indeed, because of the war, our state cannot export agricultural products. Therefore, the cost of corn, wheat and sunflower oil in the world has increased significantly.
- At the same time, Shmihal noted that 90 tons of agricultural products are now blocked in Ukrainian ports, which should be exported to countries in Europe, Africa and Asia.< /li>