President: Militants killing Ukrainians in Donbas must be punished.

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky says that the militants who killed Ukrainians in Donbas must be punished.

“The worst thing is that people died, and this is our pain. All who participated in that will not be forgiven. And the people, the militants, who shot the Ukrainian citizens must be punished," the head of state said in an interview with Israeli Channel 9.

The president also added that the issue of punishing those responsible for the killing of Ukrainians in Donbas should be decided according to the procedure adopted in the civilized world - in a court of law.

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