Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits war-damaged suburbs in Kieu, Ukraine

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits war-damaged suburbs in Kieu, Ukraine

Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited Irpin outside the Ukrainian capital on Sunday and the mayor said Russian troops were accused of atrocities against civilians.

Irpin’s Mayor Oleksandr Marxin, along with a photo of Trudeau, officially socialized a photo that the Prime Minister of Canada wrote, “I have come to see with my own eyes all the horrors that the Russian occupants have brought to our city.” I posted it on a media channel.

“The Prime Minister is in Ukraine to meet with President Zelensky and reaffirm Canada’s unwavering support for the Ukrainian people,” Trudeau said.

Markushyn said the Canadian Prime Minister was given a tour of the suburbs that was severely damaged by Russian troops in the early stages of the invasion, which began in late February.

“He saw not a military installation, but a house of Irpin’s inhabitants who enjoyed life until recently and had his own plans for the future, and completely destroyed it,” the mayor said.