Three people, including two children, have been killed by Russian shelling in a village in southern Ukraine, an official in Kyiv said Sunday.
“Poniativka village of Kherson region was shelled with mortars. Residential building was hit. Three people died,” the Ukrainian president’s chief of staff, Andriy Yermak, said in a Telegram post.
The shelling came Sunday afternoon, according to Kherson’s regional military administration.
On Saturday, a 57-year-old man was killed by Russian shelling in Kherson's village of Lvove, where several civilian houses and the area's Palace of Culture were also damaged.