May 30, 2023


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Ukraine. Kyiv bombing. Nationwide alert

Mayor Vitali Klitschko said Saturday afternoon that one person was killed and 20 injured after Kyiv was bombed on Saturday. Earlier, an anti-aircraft alert was sounded throughout Ukraine. Shells also fell on Kramatorsk, Zaporozhye or Kherson.

Klitschko tells about the aftermath of the attack on Telegram. On Saturday, the indiscriminate shelling resulted in the death of one person and the wounding of 20 others, according to the latest toll published after 3:00 p.m. He added that 14 of the injured were taken to hospital, while six were treated by paramedics immediately.

Klitschko revealed that one of the wounded was a Japanese journalist who was taken to the hospital.

Deputy Head of the Chancellery of the President of Ukraine, Kyrylo Tymoshenko, said that the fragments of the missile fell on a private house. He wrote on Telegram: “Russian New Year at the festive table – these are frames of bombed-out residential buildings in Ukraine and the news that a person was killed by a missile fragment in the Solomzhansky district (neighborhood) of Kyiv.”

Explosions in the center of Kyiv. Attacks on other cities

Earlier, Interfax-Ukraine reported that several explosions were heard in the center of Kyiv.

“Anti-aircraft defenses are operating in the Kyiv region,” Oleksey Kuleba, the head of the region, told Telegram. Residents were advised to stay in shelters.

Earlier, an anti-aircraft alert was announced throughout Ukraine. The Russians attacked Kramatorsk and Khmelnitsky, and explosions were also heard in Nikolaev, Zaporozhye and Kherson.

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