The Ukrainians who survived hotel carnage have brought no personal belongings with them as they burnt down in the terrorist attack. They refused to speak with the journalists on what had happened.
The arrival of two more flights with rescued Ukrainian nationals who stayed at the U.S. military base after being released from the hotel is expected by tomorrow.
As reported, a group of terrorists attacked Intercontinental hotel in Kabul on Jan. 20 inflicting multiple casualties among the guests including foreigners. Ukraine's ambassador confirmed seven Ukrainian nationals killed in the attack with the total death toll of 43.