Several rockets hit the Kharkov region and the Ukrainian city of the same name on Sunday (May 29th), while local authorities said two people were injured in the village of Tsyrkuny, a few kilometers northeast of the city.
Kharkov, Ukraine’s second largest city, has been relatively quiet since Ukrainian forces recaptured its territory and repulsed Russian troops this month, allowing authorities to reopen the city’s subway network.
Several missiles hit Kharkov region, although Russia denies targeting civilians in what it calls a “special military operation”
A Reuters correspondent in Kharkov said the repeated explosions could be heard on Sunday (May 29th).
Russia did not immediately comment on the situation in Kharkov. She denied targeting civilians in what she called a “special military operation” launched on February 24.
Ukrainian troops recaptured numerous settlements in the northern and eastern cities of Kharkov, the second largest city in Ukraine.
Army officials said they had recaptured the village of Ruska Lozova, north of the city, despite “losses,” according to CNN, according to epicnews.ro.
Ukrainian troops also take control of Verkhyna Rohanka village near Kharkov
The Ukrainian military also took control of the village of Verkhyna Rohanka, east of Kharkov.
In the last two weeks, Ukraine has recaptured a number of villages in the area, making it difficult for the Russians to launch attacks on the city.
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