University building destroyed in Russia’s missile attack on Kharkiv.Guard killed.

University building destroyed in Russia’s missile attack on Kharkiv


06.07.2022 10:32

Last night Russian occupiers struck Kharkiv’s Novobavarskyi District, Kyivskyi District and Osnovianskyi District from the territory of Russia, having destroyed a building of the higher educational institution.

The relevant statement was made by Kharkiv Regional Military Administration Head Oleh Syniehubov on Telegram, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

“At about 01:00 a.m, Russians struck Osnovianskyi District, having hit an open area. In Novobavarskyi District, an administrative building was hit, and some premises were destroyed. In Kyivskyi District, the missile strike actually destroyed a builing of the higher educational institution,” Syniehubov noted.

During the day, Russian occupiers were opening fire on Kharkiv Region’s districts, such as Izium, Kharkiv, Chuhuiv and Bohodukhiv.

Three civilians have been injured in Kharkiv Region over the past day. Two of them in Chuhuiv District, namely a 1-year-old child and a 64-year-old man. A 50-year-old man was taken to hospital from Husarivka.

A reminder that Russian troops fire missiles at Kharkiv every night. The city has been under enemy fire for over a month.



  1. These scum sucking cockroaches are going to claim they never targeted civilians only that their missiles weren’t accurate thus avoiding war crime status. Just look what happened with the nazis following WW2 and the Nuremberg trials. So many were released even after being declared guilty. My fear is that this will be the legacy of the west and that useless organization called the United Nations.

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    • Both the UN and NATO have demonstrated their colors since 24 February and that is…yellow.
      I think you’re right, at the trials the Moskali will say those smart missile strikes hitting schools was just an accident………all 1,500 of them……

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