A video of the bloody attack on Greek expatriates in Eastern Ukraine has been released, resulting in the death of two and serious injuries to two others.

In the video below, one of the victims can be seen receiving first aid.

The attack took place in a café in the area where there were reportedly two groups, one of Ukrainian military personnel and one of Greek expatriates.

The Ukrainians turned on the Greeks and one of them opened fire, killing two Greek expatriates and injuring two others.

It should be noted that the overwhelming majority of Ukrainian expatriates are in favour of the Russian positions vis-à-vis Kiev.

That is, they defended the reunification of Crimea with Russia and supported the revolution in southern eastern Ukraine that led to the independence of Lugansk and Donetsk.

Thats why the Ukrainians want to exterminate them.

It should also be noted that they opposed the decision of the Patriarchate of Constantinople to recognize the autocephaly of the Ukrainian Church, supporting the position of the Moscow Patriarchate.

This is not the first time that the Ukrainians have attacked Greek expatriates with murderous results as in 2014 they carried out a rocket attack in the village of Sartana in Mariupol, while a funeral was being held, killing 7 Greeks and injuring 17 others.