Kyiv suffers explosions from apparent missile strikes

Kyiv suffers explosions from apparent missile strikes

Russia’s military is launched missile strikesFor KyivAfter months of relative calm in Kiev, Ukraine’s capital, the nation was awash with people and businesses Monday morning.

The strikesThe center of the city was his goal. KyivThe attack left civilians wounded and dead. Rostyslav SMIRNOV, an advisor to Ukraine’s ministry of interior affairs, stated preliminary information that at least eight people died and 24 were hurt in one of the attacks. strikesIn Kyiv.

Kyiv Mayor Vitalii Klitchko said explosions were reported in the city’s Shevchenko district, which is a large area in the center of the city that includes the historic old town and several government offices.

Lesia Vasylenko is a member of Ukraine’s parliament. She shared a Twitter photo showing that at least one explosion occurred near the main building. KyivNational University in central Kyiv.


The Russian attack left cars damaged after underground pipes burst at the site. KyivUkraine, Monday, October 10, 2022 

Other cities such as Liviv, Kharkiv, and Dnipro also experienced explosions that seemed to be caused by. missile strikes. Four hours straight were spent hearing air raid sirens in every part of Ukraine, except Russia’s annexed Crimea.

According to Maksym Kozytskyi, the energy infrastructure in Lviv was damaged. According to Mayor Ihor Tenekhov, Kharkiv was three times hit by water shortages.


Rescue workers survey the scene of a Russian attack on Kyiv, Ukraine on Monday, Oct. 10, 2022.

Rescue workers assess the scene after a Russian attack KyivUkraine, Monday Oct. 10, 2022

Last attack on KyivThe missiles that struck an apartment block killing one and injuring six others, which was back in June, were the cause of Monday’s attack.

Recent fighting has focused on the region just north and west of Crimea. This includes Zaporizhzhia. Six missiles have been launched over the weekend. fromRussian-occupied Zaporizhzhia Region.

People receive medical treatment at the scene of Russian shelling, in Kyiv, Ukraine, Monday, Oct. 10, 2022.

At the site of Russian shelling, people receive medical treatment. Kyiv, Ukraine, Monday, Oct. 10, 2022.


Vladimir Putin, the Russian President, claimed Sunday that an attack on the bridge connecting Russia and its annexed territory in Crimea was “a terrorist action” from Ukrainian special services.

Putin said in a meeting with the chairman of Russia’s Investigative Committee that there is “no doubt it was a terrorist act directed at the destruction of critically important civilian infrastructure.”

This report was contributed by The Associated Press. – * Source link

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