Russian forces struck Kharkiv region with missiles launched from Belgorod

Russian forces struck Kharkiv region with missiles launched from Belgorod

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The Russian forces attacked Kharkiv city and the region with missiles launched from Belgorod.

Oleh Syniehubov, the head of the Kharkiv Regional Military Administration, said in a Facebook post, Ukrinform reports.

"At around 01:30, the enemy fired missiles from Belgorod, Russia, tentatively from an S-300 air defense system. The missiles hit an infrastructure facility in the Nemyshlianskyi district. According to preliminary data, an open area in the Kharkiv district was struck twice. No casualties were reported," Syniehubov wrote.

According to him, the enemy hit the Chuhuiv and Kharkiv districts over the past day. The shelling damaged residential buildings and commercial buildings, several fires broke out. The occupiers fired with artillery at Tsyrkuny three times.

According to the regional center of emergency medical aid, as a result of enemy shelling, four people were hospitalized - three women in Chuhuiv district and a man in Kharkiv district.

In the city of Chuhuiv, a 58-year-old citizen of the Russian Federation died as a result of enemy shelling.

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