Ukraine’s president says Black Sea ports ready to export grain; Kyiv calls on world leaders to condemn Russia over attack that led to death of 40 PoWs
On Telegram, Dmytro Zhyvytskyi, governor of Sumy in Ukraine’s north-east, has said that the night was quiet, with no air raid warnings. Maksym Kozytskyi, governor of Lviv, has said the same about his western region, posting “everything is calm”.
The same is not true for the Mykolaiv region, where in the last few minutes both the city’s mayor Oleksandr Syenkevych and regional governor Vitaliy Kim have posted to Telegram to warn that there is an air raid warning in progress.
At night, the enemy launched a rocket attack on the city of Kharkiv. An educational institution and a two-story residential building were partially destroyed, as well as nearby buildings were damaged. A fire broke out in a two-story residential building, which was promptly extinguished by rescuers.
In the Borivskyi community, rescuers put out a fire in a field with wheat on an area of 5 hectares. In addition, a man born in 1963 was injured in one of the cases of enemy hits on a residential high-rise building in the city of Chuhuiv.