The Russian military launched the bloodiest missile attack on Ukraine in recent times, killing 7 people and injuring 117 others in a missile attack by the Russian military on the city of Chernihiv in northern Ukraine on the border with Belarus, Ukraine's Interior Ministry said in a statement.
In a statement on the attack in the city on the border with Belarus, it was reported that 7 people were killed and 117 people, including 11 children, were wounded when a missile hit a square.
In addition, in the statement made by the State Emergency Service of Ukraine, it was noted that the theater and the university building in the square were badly damaged in the attack.
In the footage of the aftermath of the attack, it is noteworthy that many vehicles were also damaged.
"A Russian missile hit Chernihiv, right in the center of the city. A square, a university, a theater. An ordinary Saturday that Russia has turned into a day of pain and loss. There are dead and wounded. My condolences to those who lost loved ones,” Zelenskyy said.
“Let's do more to unite the world against Russian terror. Russia must lose this war for life to win,” he added.
Source: Ihlas News Agency