Two Russian missiles have struck an industrial area close to the city of Kharkiv, Ukrainian officials say.
A woman had been rescued from the rubble with minor injuries after two S-300 missiles had struck the area, said Kharkiv city Mayor Ihor Terekhov.
The plant that was hit was "a civilian enterprise, which has no connection to the military activity or production," Terekhov added.
Some background: Ukraine has recorded daily Russian shelling in the direction of Vovchansk, though the city itself has not been hit, he noted, adding that Russia also continued attacks with missiles and guided air-launched bombs against the areas around the cities of Kupyansk.
Terekhov also welcomed the activities of Russian volunteer groups in attacking Russia’s border region of Belgorod, "because the further Russian troops are located from the Ukrainian border — the more it guarantees safety for our citizens."