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The Russians attacked a densely populated area. Zelensky turned to the partners

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More than 50 people were injured after Saturday's Russian attack on Kharkov. Two children were among the injured. Three civilians died. The mayor of the city, Ihor Terekhov, reported four missiles that hit a densely populated residential area. Zelensky appealed to partners.

Russians attacked Kharkov in northeastern Ukraine on Saturday. The head of the Kharkiv Oblast authority, Oleh Synehubov, said on Telegram in the afternoon that “only civilian infrastructure was damaged: houses, public transport stops, shops.”

According to the evening data of local authorities, the number of injured was 52, including three children. Three people died.

Zelensky: Russian terror must and can be stopped

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Earlier, President Volodymyr Zelensky confirmed that the Russians attacked Kharkov with guided aerial bombs. “The debris is being removed. All necessary services are on site,” he wrote. He also expressed his condolences to all those who lost loved ones.

Zelensky said that “Russian terror using guided bombs must and can be stopped.” “We need decisive decisions from our partners so that we can destroy Russian terrorists and Russian warplanes where they are,” he stressed.

“We have already proven that it is possible to protect people and lives from missile terror, in particular by clearing the border areas of terrorist missile launchers. We also need to protect ourselves from bombs. We need determination on the part of Ukraine's Western partners,” argued the Ukrainian president.

“Four blows to Kharkov”

The mayor of Kharkiv, Ihor Terekhov, previously informed about four missiles that hit his city. “Preliminary four strikes in Kharkiv. It is known that they hit a densely populated residential area. There are dead and injured. A residential building was attacked,” he said on Telegram.

Main photo source: Telegram/Zelenskiy/Official

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