Irina Dmitriyeva, the mother of 4-year-old Liza, who was killed by a Russian missile in Vinnitsa, wrote on Facebook that the occupiers have no forgiveness for their actions.
"I don't believe it. Almost a month has passed since the terrible tragedy... It seems to me that Liza is waiting for me at home... I saw and remember everything with my own eyes, but I am in a different reality. I don't believe it. My love, my beloved girl, you were so cheerful and taught me to love unconditionally no matter what! Unfortunately, so little time I was your mother, so little. We will definitely meet up with you." - She emphasized.
The woman also thanked family, friends, acquaintances and people she doesn't know for their support.
"You have done a lot for me and Lizuna, supported us. Thank you to the whole world. I don't know why I was left on this earth to live, I don't understand why. It just takes time. But for now I don't want to believe like a terrible long dream," she added.
On July 14, Russian occupants struck the center of Vinnitsa - hitting a parking lot near the House of Life "Jubilee," destroying one of the medical centers.
Three children were among the 25 dead. As many as 202 people sought medical assistance. Sixty-eight, including four children, were hospitalized.