"We see the numbers: more than 22,000 civilian objects and only about 300 military objects hit. We see cruise missiles flying directly over nuclear power facilities, we see enemy missiles hitting critical infrastructure objects, chemical production facilities," First Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Yevheniy Yenin said, Ukrinform reports with reference to Suspilne.
As noted, the invaders also affect cultural heritage sites, including religious buildings, as well as shopping malls and schools.
Yenin emphasized that any object could become a target of missile and bomb strikes launched by Russian troops.
As reported, the troops of the Russian Federation shelled seven regions of Ukraine over the past day, August 13.