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Russian strikes kill 3, injure six in Ukraine’s capital Kyiv

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Russian strikes kill 3, injure six in Ukraine's capital Kyiv

Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko stated that one of many capital’s infrastructure services has been hit. He additionally urged folks to remain in shelters.

New Delhi,UPDATED: Nov 23, 2022 19:18 IST

Severl infrastructure services and residential buildings have been broken within the stikes. (Image: Twitter/@EmineDzheppar)

By India Today Web Desk: At least three folks have been killed and 6 sustained injured in Russian missile strike on the capital metropolis of Kyiv. First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Emine Dzheppar took to Twitter and shared some pictures of the destruction brought on by the Russian assault.

“Another massive missile attack by #russian terrorists on #Ukrainian cities, including #Kyiv. Critical infrastructure facilities and residential buildings damaged. Major energy disruptions around Ukraine. Many cities are left without electricity. There are victims among civilians,” Dzheppar tweeted.

Another huge missile assault by #russian terrorists on #Ukrainian cities, together with #Kyiv. Critical infrastructure services and residential buildings broken. Major power disruptions round Ukraine. Many cities are left with out electrical energy. There are victims amongst civilians. pic.twitter.com/AYtKBkQWQu
— Emine Dzheppar (@EmineDzheppar) November 23, 2022

Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko stated that one of many capital’s infrastructure services has been hit. He additionally urged folks to remain in shelters. “One of the capital’s infrastructure facilities has been hit. Stay in shelters! The air alert continues,” Klitschko posted on Telegram. He didn’t share additional particulars of the assault.

Meanwhile, authorities have reported energy outages in a number of Ukrainian cities, together with Kyiv and neighbouring Moldova after the Russian assault.

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Nov 23, 2022