Greece officials have announced that at least six Greek nationals had been killed and six others wounded by the Russian bombing near Mariupol in Ukraine.



Greece’s foreign ministry said the bombing took place in the outskirts of Sartana and Bugas villages and one of those injured was a child.

“The death of our nationals creates grief and anger for this unacceptable Russian attack against civilians,” Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said in a statement.



The foreign ministry condemned the continuing attacks against civilians, expressing its “deepest grief” in a statement after reporting four expat deaths in Bugas on top of two killed in Sartana earlier.

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