According to Ukrinform, the Center for Strategic Communications and Information Security reported this on Facebook.
"Since the beginning of the war, the Russian occupiers have killed 194 people in the Kharkiv region, including 126 civilians, among them five children, police said. Among those killed are 35 servicemen of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, four police officers, six National Guard servicemen, four border guards, four paratroopers of the Kharkiv National University of the Air Force, one employee of the Security Service of Ukraine, as well as 14 territorial defense fighters," the statement said.
According to the statement, 433 people, including 312 civilians, were injured during the shelling in the region.
As was reported earlier, on March 5, a Russian plane dropped heavy aerial bombs on a military town in Kharkiv, killing four servicemen.
Russian President Vladimir Putin declared war on Ukraine on February 24 and launched a large-scale invasion of the country. Russian troops are shelling and destroying infrastructure, conducting massive shelling of residential areas of Ukrainian cities and villages using artillery, multiple launch rocket systems and ballistic missiles.
Martial law was imposed in the country and general mobilization was announced.