New videos and pictures released after the missile attack in Kremenchuk.

According to the CCTV timestamp, it impacted seconds before 3:52pm. The missile can be seen in individual frames of the video. This contradicts Russia’s claim that the shopping centre was destroyed after fire spread to the building from a targeted strike on the nearby industrial area.

Source: Sky News

The Bellingcat team of investigators and journalists of the Current Time TV channel noted that first Russia struck the mall, and then – the plant.

Source: Current Time

In an evening address on Tuesday, June 28, President Volodymyr Zelenskyi showed a video in which a Russian missile hit a mall in Kremenchuk, Poltava region.

Source: President Zelenskiy

Terrible footage appeared from surveillance cameras in Kremenchuk near the Amstor shopping center, which was destroyed by a Russian rocket attack

People were only 500 meters from the epicenter of the explosion. The video shows how people tried to save their children behind the trees, and some simply threw themselves into the water.


Photo of the completely destroyed Amstor shopping center in Kremenchuk

Source: Ukraine NOW News

The SSU established the circumstances of the launch of rockets at the shopping center in Kremenchuk. The special service collects numerous evidences that confirm that the occupiers deliberately committed a war crime.

It was stated by the Head of the SSU Ivan Bakanov. The Kh-22 missiles were launched from Tu-22M3 bombers that took off from the Shaykovka airfield in the Kaluga region of the Russian Federation. The missiles themselves were launched in the airspace of the Kursk region. The video of the moment of the impact clearly shows that the occupiers hit the shopping center where there were many visitors. You can also compare satellite images of the city before and after the shelling. That is, all propaganda fictions are refuted by facts. As for the shelling of the plant, there were no warehouses with military equipment there: it produced asphalt mixing plants.

Source: Security Service of Ukraine