President: More than 40 missile strikes launched on Kharkiv city this year

President: More than 40 missile strikes launched on Kharkiv city this year

Since the beginning of 2023, Russian troops have launched more than forty missile strikes on Kharkiv city alone.

“Only since the beginning of this year – in less than two and a half months – over forty enemy missiles have already struck Kharkiv,” President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said in his latest address.

The President expressed support for all Ukrainian cities and communities that face brutal terrorist attacks by the evil state every day, every night.

“Our Kherson region and the city of Kherson, on which the occupier is seeking revenge for its loss. Our Zaporizhzhia. Our cities of Donetsk region and Luhansk region, which Russia wants simply to burn. Our Kharkiv region and the city of Kharkiv,” he said.

The enemy also attacks Nikopol and Marhanets in Dnipropetrovsk region, Sumy region, and Chernihiv region, Zelensky added.

“Missiles and artillery, drones and mortars – the evil state uses a variety of weapons. But with one goal. To destroy life and leave nothing human. Ruins, debris, shell holes in the ground are a self-portrait of Russia, which it paints where normal life reigns without Russia,” the Head of State stressed.

As reported, the Russian army struck nine regions of Ukraine over the past day.

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