Komarov showed "neo-Nazis" being "released" by Russians and results of bombing in Kyiv

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Komarov showed 'neo-Nazis' being 'released' by Russians and results of bombing in Kyiv

Dmytro Komarov, a popular Ukrainian TV presenter and traveler, published a video about a destroyed house in Kyiv and its injured residents. Ukrainian women say the flats were everything they had and now they have no place to go.

The elderly women told it to the rescuers who arrived at the site of the destroyed apartment building. The videos Komarov posted on his personal Instagram page (scroll to the end of the page to see photos and videos).

One of the residents of the destroyed house said she had relatives in Smolensk (Russia) and communicated with them, but still refused to tell what they were talking about.

"On the video you can see who are the "neo-Nazis" being destroyed by the Russian army during their "special operation" and which "military facilities" are attacked. There's a school and a kindergarten near the house. In Russia they now worry about rising prices for sugar and a lack of iPhones. We'll survive it. We'll win. We'll rebuild the country. Don't even doubt it. Glory to Ukraine," Dmytro Komarov wrote.

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Komarov showed "neo-Nazis" being "released" by Russians and results of bombing in Kyiv

The published photos show a ruined house with a comletely completely collapsed wall. As of the morning of March 19, the TV presenter's post was liked by almost 90,000 people, and more than 9,000 commented.

Komarov showed "neo-Nazis" being "released" by Russians and results of bombing in Kyiv

"It hurts so much", "They are beasts", "I want to cry, how can you be such an animal to bomb houses, schools, kindergartens. Russia is a nation of non-humans", "Heart is broken", "We will never forgive", "No words! Hatred for those who started it!","The woman is intelligent, she is embarrassed to bother someone, she needs help", – the comments say.