The United States Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, has said that he was grateful to those risking their lives to reveal to the world what is happening in Ukraine, amid the Russian attack on Ukraine on multiple fronts.

Blinken disclosed this in a tweet via his Twitter handle while reacting to the death of Fox News Cameraman Pierre Zakrzewski and Ukrainian journalist Oleksandra Kuvshynova.

Recall that Zakrzewski, a video journalist for Fox News, was killed in Ukraine when the vehicle he was traveling in outside of Kyiv with another reporter was struck by incoming fire, the network said.

“Very saddened to hear that @FoxNews cameraman Pierre Zakrzewski and Ukrainian journalist Oleksandra Kuvshynova were killed covering Russia’s war against Ukraine. My deepest condolences and wishes for a speedy recovery to our @StateDept correspondent who was injured in the attack.

“I am grateful to all those risking their lives to show the world what is happening in Ukraine. The United States condemns Russia’s ongoing violence, which is putting the safety of journalists and other media workers in Ukraine at risk,” Blinken wrote on Twitter.

On Monday, Blinken condemned Russia’s attack near Ukraine‘s border with Poland.

Russia-Ukraine war: I am grateful to those risking their lives – Blinken