On Tuesday, a rocket hit the regional administrative building in Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city. After an explosion, the building can be seen erupting into flames in a video.

There has been significant damage recorded.

On Monday, shelling was also reported in Kharkiv’s residential districts. According to the governor, Russian shelling killed at least 17 people in Kharkiv, Ukraine, on Monday.

On the fifth day since Russian President Vladimir Putin launched the invasion, fighting between Russian and Ukrainian troops resumed in Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city.

“I believe Russia is trying to exert pressure [on Ukraine] with this basic way,” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said in a video address late Monday in response to the intensified shelling.

Meanwhile, in a 40-mile convoy of hundreds of tanks and other vehicles, Russian forces are closing in on Kyiv, the Ukrainian capital, while Ukraine-Russia talks aimed at ending the war resulted in merely an agreement to continue talking.

Since Russia invaded Ukraine last week, at least 102 civilians have perished, according to the United Nations. According to the UN, there is grounds to assume that the crisis has driven 500,000 Ukrainians to quit their homes and country.

Walking down a street in Kharkiv, Ukraine, with shattered windows and trees | Video


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