The Russians hit Kharkov with rockets: there are hits, the metro stopped in the city

The mayor of the city, Igor Terekhov, reported two “arrivals”.

The Russians fired missiles at Kharkov / photo REUTERS
The Russians fired missiles at Kharkov / photo REUTERS

This morning the Russians launched a massive missile attack on Ukraine . Two “arrivals” were recorded in Kharkov.

This was announced in his Telegram channel by the mayor of the city Igor Terekhov .

According to him, the missiles hit one of the critical infrastructure facilities.

“Two “arrivals” in Kharkov. The enemy hit a critical infrastructure facility in the city,” he said.

Local publics report that in some areas of Kharkiv the power went out, and the subway stopped due to technical reasons.

“Residents of Kharkiv and the region, stay in shelters! The occupiers strike,” wrote Oleg Sinegubov, head of the Kharkiv OVA.

A little later, Sinegubov added that the Russians had also fired missiles at the Chuguevsky district. According to preliminary data, these were S-300 missiles launched from Belgorod.

“Critical infrastructure facilities have been damaged. Therefore, power outages are possible. There are no casualties at the moment, all services are working at the impact sites. The information is being specified,” he added.

(C)UNIAN 2022


  1. It is obvious that Putin wants as many ukrainians as possible to leave the country. This is the attempt of a silent ethnic cleansing. In theory – with then only pro-ruSSians remaining, there would be little resistance by the civilian population. In modern dictionaries such practice is called ‘genocide’.

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  2. Attacking russian ships that launch Kalibr missiles at Ukraine is considered terrorism by the orcs, so what does that make russia attacking civilian infrastructure?

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