Two injured in Kyiv region after Russian attack

Due to a Russian missile attack on the night of June 23, two people were injured in the Kyiv region. Falling debris also caused damage, according to the Telegram channel of the head of the Kyiv Regional Military Administration, Ruslan Kravchenko, according to RBC.

"This morning, the enemy attacked our region with rockets. As of 8:00 AM, two people have sought medical attention. Their injuries are minor, and they have received medical care on site. The injured do not require hospitalization," he said.

As a result of falling debris in one of the settlements, 6 multi-story buildings and over 20 private houses were damaged. Windows, balconies, facades, and roofs have been shattered.

Also affected are gas stations, pharmacies, businesses, an administrative building, and 3 vehicles.

"Emergency services on the ground continue to document and mitigate the consequences of the rocket attack," noted Kravchenko.

Meanwhile, President Volodymyr Zelensky is calling on allies to do more to stop Russian airstrikes that are killing Ukrainians and destroying infrastructure. The leader from Kiev said that the fighter jets must be destroyed in Russian airspace before they launch the powerful glide bombs. His comments come after Ukrainian officials announced that four such bombs had hit a residential area in Kharkiv.

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