Three killed in a Russian attack on the city of Konstantinovka in eastern Ukraine

Photo: MIA

Three people were killed and at least two others were injured after Russian forces attacked a residential area in the city of Konstantinovka in eastern Ukraine, the governor of the Donetsk region, Pavlo Kirilenko, announced on Telegram.

Kirilenko stated that four residential buildings and one hotel were damaged. "Rescue teams and police officers are on the scene to carefully document another crime of the Russian occupiers," he added.

Earlier today, Kirilenko announced that four people were killed and at least seven were wounded by the Russian shelling in the last 24 hours.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said the situation on the frontline remains "extremely difficult", particularly in the eastern Donetsk region, where Russia is stepping up its offensive as part of its full-scale invasion that began last February.

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