Russian invasion update: Russian troops fire on Chernihiv city center, damaging dentistries and houses

Russian invasion update: Russian troops fire on Chernihiv city center, damaging dentistries and houses

The situation regarding the Russian invasion

Russian invaders fired on the center of Chernihiv, northern Ukraine, damaging children's and adult dentistries, administrative buildings, and high-rise apartment buildings.

"The enemy was targeting the Chernihiv City Council. Children's and adult dentistries, administrative buildings and high-rise apartment buildings were damaged," Secretary of the Chernihiv City Council Oleksandr Lomako posted on Facebook.

He called the shelling an attack on the city's civilian population.

Earlier, the enemy shelled and destroyed a number of civilian facilities in Chernihiv: kindergarten, suburban settlement, several gas stations, the Epitsentr household store, and about 10 high-rise apartment buildings.

Russian president Vladimir Putin declared war on Ukraine on February 24 and launched a large-scale invasion. For the fourth day already, Russian troops have been shelling and destroying key infrastructure. Missiles hit residential buildings.

Martial law was imposed in Ukraine and general mobilization was announced.

According to the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, Russia lost 4,300 servicemen over the three days of the war.

Ukraine officially filed a lawsuit against the Russian Federation at the UN International Court of Justice in The Hague.


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