Russians shelled one of the most populated Kharkiv districts, multiple casualties reported
The Russian forces continue shelling the eastern city of Kharkiv. “Russians are shelling Kharkiv. Residents, attention: stay in shelters, do not go outside without an urgent need, do not ignore air raid alerts,” Oleh Syniehubov, the head of the Kharkiv Regional Military Administration, reported on Telegram.
According to preliminary data from the regional center of emergency medical aid, two people were killed, and 19 more were injured because of the shelling. The data are being clarified, Syniehubov added.
Kharkiv Mayor Ihor Terekhov also urged people to stay in safe places. According to him, one of the city’s most populated districts is under fire.
As a result of shelling, the mosque in Kharkiv was damaged. “Classical Russian Jesuitism. Come to Tehran to bow and beg from the Iran Supreme Leader Ali Khameneri “weapons for the second world’s army,” and at the same time attack mosque in Kharkiv. For barbarians nothing is sacred. But will Iran understand the contempt gesture from Kremlin?” Adviser to the Head of the Presidential Office of Ukraine Mykhailo Podoliak wrote.