Thousands of people – most of them women and children and the elderly – were at the railway station in Kramatorsk when it was hit by rockets, the city’s mayor Oleksander Honcharenko was quoted by foreign media as saying.
The station, located in eastern Ukraine, was being used to evacuate civilians from the eastern Donbas region.
PM Plenković said the shelling of the train station was one more piece of evidence of Russia’s brutal aggression against Ukraine.
Things getting back to normal, but caution is still advised
With almost all the COVID restrictions being lifted, life is getting back to normal, but caution is still required, said the premier at the start of his cabinet’s meeting.
The Croatian COVID-19 crisis management team has established that conditions have been met for the relaxation of COVID protocols, Plenković said referring to the team’s decision to lift all anti-epidemic rules as of Saturday, while the mask mandate will stay in place for hospitals and nursing homes.
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