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There was a special message in “Fakty”. Kraśko talked about the first such situation

“Facts” TVN regularly reports on the situation of the war in Ukraine, caused by Vladimir Putin’s aggression. In the Tuesday edition of the station’s main news service, the following message was sent from the host Piotr Kraśka: – For 76 days, the Russians have been murdering, bombing, destroying and stealing. There is no crime that they would not have committed in Ukraine. But after so many days you can be… actually helpless trying to describe the crimes committed there.

Next, Kraśko warned the viewers that this could be the first such report in the history of the program. – There will be no drastic photos here. But I do not know if we have presented you with more drastic reports – said the material by Arleta Zalewska.

These were conversations with raped Ukrainian women who were victims of sexual crimes committed by Russian soldiers. – What he did to me was terrible. He made me, I can’t talk about it. I am ashamed and afraid – reported Mika.

TVN viewers also saw a conversation with the mother of a 13-year-old son, raped by a drunk Russian, and a statement by Ukrainian deputy Kira Rudyk about a woman raped in front of her child.

“It looks like they were ordered to do so, because many victims tell us the same thing.” It is important for us to hear all their pain and prove to the world that what is happening in Ukraine is genocide – said Rudyk.

– Shocking material – added Kraśko in the next entry, just before the announcement of the next report.

This is the 77th day of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Ukrainian troops continue their offensive near Kharkiv. On Tuesday, they regained control of four towns in the Kharkiv region, and analysts from the Institute of Internal Affairs estimate that they may be even 10 km from the border with Russia. In turn, Ukraine’s Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Wereszczuk said in an interview with AFP that there were over a thousand soldiers in the Azovstal plant in Mariupol, including hundreds of wounded. We invite you to follow the live coverage.

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