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The prosecutor's office said that in the Slobid district there was one hit by th...

Partially destroyed the lyceum: the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation attacked Kharkiv missile missiles (video)

The prosecutor's office said that in the Slobid district there was one hit by the Lyceum building and the second - in the industrial zone. On the night of May 25, Russian troops conducted an air attack on Kharkiv and region. The result was damaged by the lyceum and a multi -storey building in the Slobid district of the city. The mayor of Igor Terekhov wrote about it on Telegram. "As a result of arrivals in the Slobid district, the lyceum has been partially destroyed.

The adjacent high -rise building was damaged, as well as several cars. Information about the victims and the victims has not yet been received," he wrote. Later, the Kharkiv Regional Prosecutor's Office told details of the consequences of the Armed Forces of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation on the city and region. Yes, at about 1:00 at night from the territory of the Russian Federation, the occupiers made 4 beats.

According to preliminary information, the Russian army used ballistic missiles of the "C-300". The prosecutor's office stated that in the Slobid district one hit was recorded in the Lyceum building and the other in the industrial zone. Without injured. 15 private cars and the facade of the 9 storey building were damaged. In addition, there were 2 hits in the Kharkiv district. Unfortunately, there are no victims. Prosecutors and police investigators are already in place to fix war crimes.

"Criminal proceedings were initiated under Part 1 of Article 438 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine," the prosecutor's office said. Earlier it was reported that an additional IRIS-T air defense set has arrived in Ukraine. Germany provided Ukraine with a third part of the promised anti-aircraft complexes Iris-T. However, the industry does not have time to produce missiles for these complexes, journalists said.