Russia-Ukraine War: At least 22 people injured after Russian forces strike arms depot in west Ukraine's Chortk
At least 12 people injured in a Russian attack on arms depot in western Ukraine's Chortkiv town (File image) At least 22 people were reportedly injured on Saturday evening in an assault by Russian forces on an arms depot in western Ukraine where weapons supplied by the United States and the European Union were kept.
Regional governor Volodymyr Trush in a Facebook post confirmed that 22 people were injured in the Russian strike. As per Trush, four missiles were fired from the Black Sea.
Russia's defence ministry said that the strike on Chortkiv destroyed a large depot of anti-tank missile systems, portable air defence systems and shells provided to Ukraine by the US and European countries, reported AFP. Notably, the cities of Severodonetsk and Lysychansk are separated by a river.
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