10 people were killed and 40 injured in a Russian strike on a shopping center in Kremenchug – the head of the Poltava OVA Dmitry Lunin

At least 10 people were killed and 40 injured in a Russian strike on a shopping center in Kremenchuk. This was announced by the head of the Poltava Regional Military Administration (OVA) Dmitry Lunin.

"10 dead and more than 40 people were injured and injured - this is the situation in Kremenchuk as a result of rocket attacks at the present time."

Russia fired X-22 missiles from Tu-22 M3 long-range bombers, the Command of the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported . The planes took off from the Shaikovka military airfield, launches were carried out from the Kursk region.

Updated: he later clarified that the death toll had risen to 11. Lunin also posted a video with rescuers who continue to dismantle the rubble.

Earlier, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said that Russian missiles hit a shopping center in Kremenchuk, where there were more than a thousand people. As the correspondent of The Insider specified, the shopping center is located across the street from the Kredmash plant, which produces equipment for the production of asphalt concrete and asphalt. In total, Russia fired three missiles, two of them hit the shopping center, the third hit the factory.

On June 26, Kiev was subjected to rocket fire. The shell hit a nine-story residential building in the Shevchenko district, the top three floors were destroyed. As a result of the shelling of a residential building, at least one person was killed, two were hospitalized. Also, the Russian military fired 24 rockets at the outskirts of Zhytomyr from planes that came from the territory of Belarus, said Mayor of Zhytomyr Sergei Sukhomlin. The head of the regional administration, Vitaly Bunechko, specified that 30 rockets were fired at the region, one soldier was killed, and another was wounded.

Earlier, the Main Intelligence Directorate of Ukraine reported that Russia plans to blow up residential buildings, hospitals and schools in the town of Mozyr, Gomel region of Belarus, in order to drag the republic into the war. According to the GUR, sabotage groups, which include Russian intelligence officers and mercenaries from private military companies controlled by Yevgeny Prigozhin and Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, arrived in the city from Russia under the guise of civilians to carry out a provocation. As Major General of the Security Service of Ukraine, former deputy chairman of the SBU Viktor Yagun told The Insider, if Ukraine wanted to hit some object in Mozyr, it would be the Mozyr oil refinery, not residential buildings.

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