In France, the Russians beat two Ukrainian refugees: both were hospitalized

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 Russians beat two Ukrainian refugees in France: both were hospitalized

Russian tourists beat two Ukrainian women in Paris. The reason for the conflict was that the victims listened to Ukrainian music. They were hospitalized. Maryana Betsa, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ukraine to Estonia, announced this on her Twitter.

According to the diplomat, the incident in the French capital took place on Sunday, September 11th. We are talking about two Ukrainian women who were forced to leave for France from Izyum, Kharkiv region, due to the occupation of the city by Russian troops.

“They were beaten for listening to Ukrainian music. Both ended up in the hospital,” the diplomat said in a tweet.

The ambassador also called for a ban on Russian citizens from entering Europe. She attached a photo of one of the injured Ukrainian women to her post.

The victims were mother and daughter Elena and Alina, who arrived on the Cote d'Azur on April 19. “One of the men ran at us. He hit me in the face, I fell to the ground, and he kicked me. Then he hit my mother three times,” the girl said. The girl is sure that the attacker was Russian. “When he spoke, we understood,” said the Ukrainian.

 Russians beat two Ukrainian refugees in France: both were hospitalized

< p> Russians beat two Ukrainian refugees in France: both were hospitalized

Estonian member of the European Parliament Rigo Terras also reacted to the incident. He advocated a ban on the issuance of Schengen visas to citizens of the aggressor state. Europe such tourists as in Paris and Berlin? Visa ban – the right decision,” the parliamentarian wrote.

In turn, Ukrainian Foreign Ministry spokesman Oleg Nikolenko said that the Ukrainian embassy in Paris took the incident under special control. communication with the victims who received the necessary medical assistance. The attackers must be punished”, – summed up the diplomat.

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