A rare missile strike was reported in the western Lviv region

The "West" Air Command stressed that the enemies wanted to aim at an infrastructure facility in the Lviv region. It is likely that the launch was carried out from submarines in the Black Sea. Ukrainian units managed to shoot down 2 missiles. There are no victims.

There is a lot of destruction

Serhiy Hayday, head of the Luhansk regional military administration, said early Sunday that the "Russians are gathering equipment and manpower closer to Severodonetsk and preparing to attack it."

Severodonetsk is one of several industrial towns in the east that have seen relentless bombardment for weeks as Russian forces try to break down Ukrainian defenses.

Hayday said the city's chemical plant and high-rise buildings had been hit.


Oleh Syniehubov, head of the Kharkiv regional military administration, said Ukrainian units "are constantly strengthening their positions, pushing the enemy from the borders of the city of Kharkiv to the borders of the Russian Federation. The northern and north-eastern directions are the hottest; there are active hostilities there."

He said the city of Kharkiv "has been relatively quiet for several days now, there has been no shelling of the city itself. About 2,000 people return to Kharkiv every day, and the number is growing every day."