UNESCO has declared the Odessa attack against the world cultural heritage

Paris: UNESCO declared the Odessa attack an attack against the world cultural heritage.

According to the details, UNESCO has strongly condemned the repeated attacks against the cultural heritage and said that the attack on the church and other buildings in Odessa is an attack against the world cultural heritage.

UNESCO has website Transfiguration Cathedral is the first and most important Orthodox church in Odessa, founded in 1794.

The Director-General of UNESCO said that the Russian Federation should take meaningful measures to comply with the 1954 Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Attacks and the 1972 World Heritage Convention.

The historic church was also destroyed by Russian bombing

It should be noted that Russia has targeted many buildings including the World Cultural Center in the missile attack. Ukrainian President Zelensky says that Russia has fired 19 missiles at Odessa Upper, which has damaged 50 buildings, including 25 cultural buildings and the Greek Consulate.

In this attack, 2 people were killed and 22 were injured. In response to the Russian attack, Ukraine also launched a drone attack on Moscow. As a result of the attack, several buildings were damaged, but Russia has claimed that the drone attack failed.

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