The enemy hit high-rise buildings in Kharkiv . with rockets

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Peter Kavinsky

As a result of rocket attacks on Kharkov, people were blocked in one of the houses in the Cholodnogorsk district.

This was reported in Telegram Kharkiv mayor Igor Terekhov, reports Ukrinform.

“Rocket fire in the Kholodnogorsk region. “Arrivals” in multi-storey residential buildings,” the mayor wrote.

He added that information about the victims will be specified.

Also read: Explosions thundered in Kharkiv: Terekhov announced an “arrival” near a residential building

According to Terekhov, people were blocked at one address as a result of a rocket attack and rescuers are doing everything they can to save them.

As reported, Terekhov said that the intensity of shelling Kharkiv thanks to the counter-offensive of Ukraine’s armed forces in the region has decreased significantly.

Peter Kavinsky

Peter Kavinsky is the Executive Editor at cablefreetv.org

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