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Another Russian Terrorist Strike on Ukrainian Kharkiv: Three Dead and 56 Injured

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Photo: Another Russian Terrorist Strike on Ukrainian Kharkiv: Three Dead and 56 Injured. Source: npu.gov.ua
Photo: Another Russian Terrorist Strike on Ukrainian Kharkiv: Three Dead and 56 Injured. Source: npu.gov.ua

Russian occupying forces launched a terrorist strike with guided aerial bombs on civilian infrastructure in central Kharkiv yesterday afternoon. This attack targeted residential buildings, streets, and industrial enterprises, resulting in three deaths and 56 injuries, as reported by Ukrinform.

The missile strike damaged a five-story residential building, a public transport stop, shops, cars, and public transport. Hits were also recorded on the territory of an eco-park and an enterprise. The Russian missile strike caused significant destruction to the city’s infrastructure, and part of a residential building collapsed during the debris clearance.

According to the National Police of Ukraine, all the victims of the Russian missile strike were civilians. Two of the deceased were ordinary passers-by: one woman was killed at a public transport stop, and a man was simply walking down the street. Another victim was a security guard at an enterprise that was hit by one of the missiles.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy reacted to this latest act of terror by Russia.

“Russian terrorists have struck Kharkiv again with guided aerial bombs. Unfortunately, there were hits on residential buildings. This Russian terror with guided aerial bombs must be stopped and can be stopped. Strong decisions by our partners are needed so that we can destroy the Russian terrorists and Russian combat aircraft wherever they are. We have already proven that it is possible to protect people and lives from missile terror, including by clearing border areas of terrorist launchers. We need to protect against bombs as well. This determination is needed,” stated the President of Ukraine.

The Gaze also reported that on the night of June 22, the Russian army launched another massive missile strike on Ukraine’s energy infrastructure. Explosions occurred in Kharkiv, Khmelnytskyi, and Vinnytsia regions. In response to the attack, Poland once again scrambled fighter jets to monitor the Russian strikes in Ukraine.

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