Zelensky compares Bakhmut ‘destruction’ to Hiroshima after atomic bomb in 1945

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky compares the “total destruction” of the east Ukrainian town of Bakhmut to the 1945 devastation of Hiroshima after a nuclear strike. Hiroshima now hosting the G7 summit.

“The photos of Hiroshima remind me of Bakhmut. There is absolutely nothing alive, all the buildings are destroyed,” Zelensky says. “Absolute total destruction. There is nothing, there are no people.”

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