This is the heartbreaking moment a young girl burst into tears after seeing her kindergarten which was destroyed by Russian missiles.
The young girl, named Masha, was filmed being taken to her nursery school for the first time since it was reduced to rubble.
Footage shows the shelled building and mangled playground as Masha and three adults drive past.
One woman asks: ‘Masha, why are you crying? Is it because there’s no more kindergarten?
‘You’re upset about the kindergarten aren’t you?’
The crying child responds: ‘Yes.’
She said she wants to ‘go outside already’ from the car to see her kindergarten.
‘We’ll go out in a moment, Masha,’ says the woman who filmed her.
The young girl, named Masha, bursts into tears as soon as she sees the nursery (Picture: Ministry of Defense of Ukraine)
Footage shows the building reduced to rubble (Picture: Ministry of Defense of Ukraine)
The male driver tried to comfort the girl, saying: ‘Alright, don’t cry.’
He is then seen holding her hand as they left the car and inspected the war-ravaged bomb site.
After being told she is not allowed to go into the damaged building, the man says: ‘You can’t go there.
‘Do you see how they destroyed the kindergarten?’
It is unclear where the footage was filmed.
Masha is told she is not allowed to go near the kindergarten (Picture: Ministry of Defense of Ukraine)
Putin’s army has suffered their own losses, after Ukraine launched a number of drone strikes on Russia’s Black Sea Fleet.
A kamikaze ‘Sea Baby’ drone damaged a missile hovercraft, which had to be towed into Sevastopol harbour after the strike, it was reported.
A £250 million Kilo-class attack submarine Rostov-on-Don was rendered inoperable when it was his in Sevastopol shipyard.
The Russian large landing warship Minsk was also badly damaged in the same dry-dock repair yard.
Some Ukrainian sources have claimed Russia has concealed the deaths of 24 people in the strike.
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