4,000 evacuated in Ukraine’s Kharkiv after Russian missile attacks

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4,000 evacuated in Ukraine's Kharkiv after Russian missile attacks

More than 4,000 people have been evacuated in Ukraine's northeastern Kharkiv region since Russia launched the latest round of missile attacks on Friday, regional governor Oleg Synegubov said Sunday, reported Xinhua.

Among them, 2,097 people from the Kharkiv district, 1,377 from the Chuguev district, 29 from the Bogoduhiv district, and 570 others have been evacuated, Synegubov wrote on social media Telegram.

The Ukrainian authorities have provided temporary accommodation, as well as humanitarian, medical, psychological and legal assistance to the evacuees, the governor said.

In the past 24 hours, Russia struck 27 settlements in the Kharkiv region with artillery and mortars, killing three people, while the Ukrainian military repelled 31 attacks, he said.

On Friday, the General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces said battles were underway in the Kharkiv region after Russia launched a fresh offensive.

Source: www.dailyfinland.fi

3 Comments
  1. Emily_Hopeful says

    It’s heartbreaking to see innocent civilians being forced to evacuate due to senseless attacks. My thoughts are with the people of Kharkiv and all those affected by this tragic situation.

  2. AlexandraJohnson says

    I am deeply saddened by the news of the missile attacks in Kharkiv. It’s heartbreaking to see innocent people being caught in the crossfire of this conflict. My thoughts are with all those affected by this senseless violence.

  3. AnastasiaSmith says

    It is heartbreaking to see the escalating violence and displacement of innocent people in Kharkiv. My thoughts and prayers are with all those affected by this tragic situation.

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