Russian invaders launch 65 attacks on Kharkiv over past day

Russian invaders launch 65 attacks on Kharkiv over past day

Russian invaders launched 65 attacks on Kharkiv city over the past day.

"Over the past day, the occupiers fired two missiles on the central part of Kharkiv city. Smerch multiple rocket launcher was fired on the area of ​​Gorky Park, Sumsky market, Sumska and Dynamivska streets intersection. A car of Help Army volunteers came under fire. A 26-year-old boy was killed and a woman was seriously injured. The number of victims is being determined. A total of 65 attacks were recorded over the past day," Head of the Kharkiv Regional Military Administration Oleh Synehubov posted on Telegram.

According to Synehubov, fighting is currently underway in the directions of Izium, Balaklia, and Derhachi.

A "green corridor" to evacuate the residents of a psychoneurological institution in Oskol is expected to open on Tuesday. A few days ago, it was virtually destroyed by Russian troops. 350 people remained in the institution.

As reported, the enemy shell hit one of the buildings of the Oskol psychoneurological institution. Fortunately, all 360 people were in the shelter at the time of the shelling: 30 workers and 330 residents – the elderly and people with disabilities. The building is completely destroyed on 2-3 floors.

The war with Russian invaders has been going on in Ukraine since February 24.


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