“Russian Missile Strike Hits Armoured Vehicle Repair Plant in Kharkiv, Ukraine”

Russia Strikes Armoured Vehicle Repair Plant in Ukraine's Kharkiv

In the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict, the Russian defence ministry confirmed a missile strike on a plant in Kharkiv, a northeastern city in Ukraine known for repairing armoured vehicles for the Ukrainian military. This incident has raised concerns as hostilities persist in the region.

The Russian defence ministry did not provide specific details regarding when the missile strike occurred or additional information about the attack. However, regional governor Oleh Synehubov, using the Telegram messaging app, stated that Russia had targeted a “civilian enterprise” in Kharkiv with four S300 missiles. Reuters sought a response from the Kharkiv regional administration but had not received an immediate reply.

Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city, had a population of more than 1.4 million before the conflict began in February 2022 when Russia invaded Ukraine. Parts of the city are located less than 20 miles (32 km) from the Russian border. The conflict has taken a toll on Kharkiv, particularly its northern suburbs, which have witnessed the scars of earlier fighting.

As the situation in Ukraine remains fluid, this missile strike adds to the ongoing concerns surrounding the conflict and its impact on civilian areas and infrastructure. The international community continues to monitor the situation closely, with hopes for a peaceful resolution to the hostilities.

Sources By Agencies

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