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MOSCOW, May 04 /ITAR-TASS/. Mayor of the city of Kharkov in eastern Ukraine, Gennady Kernes, who survived an assassination attempt, has posted his photo from a hospital in the web and promised to “be back.”
“One must live strong. Thank you all. I’ll be back,” he wrote in Instagram.
Gennady Kernes, 54, was badly wounded in the back in an assassination attempt on April 28. The attempt occurred when he was jogging along a highway in Kharkov. Overnight to April 29, he was taken to a private hospital in Israel’s Haifa. Later, he was taken to the Haifa-based Rambam medical centre, where he was operated.