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A member of a humanitarian mission in Ukraine gave Fox News a closer look at the destruction caused by the Kremlin military, which attacked and displaced thousands of civilians there.
Charles Sennott, a former journalist and founder of the Ground Truth Project, told ‘The Story’ that in Kharkiv missile strikes have intensified over the past day, shocking the community.
“They’re scared and they’re really distressed that they don’t have enough supplies. That’s one of the things that really jumped out at us because we’re not seeing all this help coming to these towns,” he said. he declares.
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“There’s indiscriminate shelling, it’s constant, it’s escalating. We’ve had many dead and many injured, we’ve had five who were killed last weekend, four were killed earlier this week, really intensified strikes today and a deep complaint about help not arriving.”
Sennott said aid has indeed been slow to arrive, partly because of bureaucracy and partly because of the difficult circumstances posed by the Russians indiscriminately attacking civilian areas.
He told ‘The Story’ that Samaritan’s Purse, the global charity headed by the Reverend Franklin Graham, worked with another NGO and ‘cut through’ bureaucracy to smuggle supplies and stock a hospital and medical clinic in Ukraine.
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“Some of the biggest aid agencies not responding are frustrating local residents,” Sennott said.
“And so… it was really exciting to see people doing their job and really helping out. Save Our Allies have done a great job in this village on the outskirts of where the bombings are happening really very, very intensely.”
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“.You almost see an intent from Russia right now to create a complete sense of chaos and a fractured community as they start to really push east,” he continued, adding that military skirmishes can also be heard in the area.