The number of people killed in Monday’s missile strike on the Kharkiv region has risen to two, the head of the regional administration, Oleh Syniehubov, said on Telegram.
“According to the updated information, 6 people were wounded as a result of a strike on the settlement of Shevchenkove. Two more people were killed,” Syniehubov said. “Among wounded there is a child who received a shrapnel wound to the neck. The girl was immediately sent for surgery. Now doctors are fighting for her life.”
The village of Shevchenkove was liberated in September after more than six months of Russian occupation.