UN Secretary-General condemns attacks on civilians during visit to Ukraine

UN Secretary-General condemns attacks on civilians during visit to Ukraine

Russia attacked all targets in Ukraine on Thursday. At least 10 people were injured when two buildings were attacked in the capital, Kiev. The country’s emergency services said at least one of the injured had lost a leg.

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The bombing came just hours after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky held a news conference with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. Guterres visited Kyiv and its environs and condemned the attacks on civilians.

“Ukraine has become the epicenter of unbearable sorrow and pain,” he said.

Meanwhile, there were reports of explosions across Ukraine. To Polone in the west, Chernihiv near the Belarusian border, and Festive, a large railway hub southwest of the capital. The mayor of Odessa in southern Ukraine said the rocket was repulsed by air defenses.

Ukrainian authorities say Russia has also attacked Danbus and Kharkiv.

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