Thirteen people have been killed in Ukraine as a result of Russian missile attacks on cities.
Russia has unleashed a round of air strikes against Ukrainian cities, including Kyiv, killing at least 13 people.
Eleven people, including a toddler, were slain in an attack on a block of flats in Uman’s center city, according to officials.
According to the mayor of Dnipro, a woman and her three-year-old daughter were murdered.
Explosions were also recorded in the central Ukrainian city of Kremenchuk.
The apartment block was one of ten residential buildings damaged in Uman, according to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. According to the state rescue agency, the youngster died in the city was born in 2013, and another 11 people required hospitalization.
Mr. Zelensky stated that the strikes demonstrated that more international action against Russia was required.
“Weapons can stop evil; our defenders are doing so.” And sanctions can stop it – global sanctions must be strengthened,” he said in a tweet.
According to the commander of Kyiv’s military administration, it was the first Russian rocket attack on the capital in 51 days.
There have been no reports of civilian casualties in the capital as of yet.
Ukraine’s air defense system fired down 21 of 23 missiles and two attack drones, officials said in a message on the messaging app Telegram.