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Japanese journalist wounded in a missile strike on Kyiv is going back home

04.01.2023, 11:25
Photo: CPJ
Photo: CPJ

"Asahi Shimbun" journalist Wataru Sekita reported being wounded in the leg as a result of the Russian missile attack on Kyiv on December 31. He said this on Twitter on January 3.

"Russia struck the hotel I stayed in, and I was wounded in my right leg. The leg still hurts, but I'm fine. For now, I'm going home. I will continue to monitor the situation in Ukraine, so I ask for your continued support," he wrote on Twitter.

As IMI reported, on December 31, 2022, Japanese journalist Wataru Sekita was wounded in a Russian missile attack on Kyiv. He was wounded in the Pechersk district, near the hotel where he stayed. The journalist was wounded in the leg and hospitalized.

Russia conducted a mass shelling attack on Ukraine on December 31.

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