The European Union has condemned this Friday the “indiscriminate” attack against a train station in Kramatorsk, in the Donetsk region, which has left at least 30 dead and more than a hundred injured. “It is an attempt to close the routes to those fleeing from unjustified war and causing human suffering,” has denounced the High Representative of the EU for Foreign Policy, Josep Borrell, who has shown his “firm condemnation” for an “indiscriminate” attack that takes place coinciding with his trip to kyiv together with the president, Ursula von der Leyen, where will meet with Ukrainian President Volodimir Zelenksi. This meeting is interpreted as a gesture of support, in the midst of Russia’s operation to reorganize its troops, which is approaching a major offensive in the Donbas region, where the attack on the train station took place. In a message on social media, the President of the European Council, Charles MichaelHas expressed his “horror” at the bombing of the station used to evacuate civilians. “Action is needed. More sanctions against Russia and more weapons for Ukraine are on the way,” she said, highlighting the European response to the Russian invasion. The EU countries are preparing to redouble the supply of military material, including heavy and offensive equipment, before the new phase in which the war is entering, with the regrouping of Russian troops in eastern Ukraine.