Kiev: Russian attack. Dramatic scenes from the children’s hospital

At least 20 people have been killed in a massive Russian missile attack on cities across Ukraine. A children’s hospital was attacked.

At least seven people have been killed in Kiev. The city’s mayor said a children’s hospital was hit by a rocket attack and is being evacuated. This is the country’s largest children’s hospital, Ochmadyt, which treats, among other things: children with cancer. It is not known if anyone was injured. Material posted on social media shows the scale of the Russian attack.

The head of the Kryvyi Rih military government said at least ten people were killed there (31 were wounded), including three in the city of Pokrovsk.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who is visiting Poland, said that Russia had struck targets across the country on Monday. Zelensky, who is traveling to the United States this week for a NATO summit, said that Russia had “massively attacked” Ukraine. – Several cities: Kyiv, Dnieper, Kryvyi Rih, Sloviansk, Kramatorsk. More than 40 missiles of various types. Residential buildings, infrastructure and a children’s hospital were damaged, he stressed.

Data on deaths and injuries are continuously updated.

General Command Alert. ‘Russian Aircraft Started Shooting’

In connection with the morning attack, the Polish General Command of the Armed Forces published a message on social media. “Attention, the long-range aviation of the Russian Federation has again started firing missiles at Ukraine. As a result of new aggressive activity of the Russians, all necessary procedures have been initiated to ensure the safety of Polish airspace,” we read.

It was indicated that in the “southeastern part of the country there may be an increased noise level due to the operation of Polish and allied military aviation in our area.” “The Operational Command of the Armed Forces is constantly monitoring the situation and is ready to respond immediately to any threats,” the military assured in a statement.

Source: Do Rzeczy