Putin’s forces attack Harouza.  A Polish humanitarian worker has died

“It is with great pain that we inform you that on October 5, as a result of the bombing of the town of Horuzha (Gruzha) in the Kharkiv region of Ukraine, an employee of our center for psychological and social assistance was killed, who was participating in a family celebration. The organization announced on its Facebook page that “the citizen was killed.” “Then.”

She added that the woman worked at the PAH center in the town of Shevchenkova in the Kharkiv region. She added that her main tasks included supporting the elderly, to whom the center’s activities were directed.

“Her death is a great loss for her family, friends and the entire Polish humanitarian team,” the statement read.

Brutal killing of Russians

On Thursday, Russian forces attacked the town of Hruza in the Kobani region of Kharkiv Region, located 86 kilometers east of the regional capital.

The missile hit a store and a café where local civilians were gathering after the funeral of a village resident. According to the latest reports, more than 50 people were killed and at least six injured. The fate of the four people remains unknown.

Polish Humanitarian Action is a non-governmental organization whose goal is to provide humanitarian and development assistance to people affected by natural disasters and armed conflicts. It has been around since 1992.

Source: PAP, Twitter, Facebook

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