Consequences of the war in Kyiv: 222 killed, including four children, dozens of damaged houses

Since the beginning of the full-scale Russian invasion, 222 people have died in Kyiv, including 60 civilians and 4 children. 

Since the beginning of the war in the capital, the enemy has damaged 36 houses, 5 private estates, 6 schools and 4 kindergartens. Facades, balconies and windows in 55 houses were damaged. 

At the same time, the infrastructure continues to work in Kyiv. These are communal services, transport workers, doctors and rescuers. All utilities are provided. There are grocery stores, pharmacies, banks, gas stations, car repair shops, pet stores and other establishments. Around 35 fairs and markets resumed work. 

Comment: Mykola Povoroznyk, First Deputy Head of the Kyiv City State Administration:

“Since the beginning of the full-scale Russian aggression, 222 people have died in Kyiv, 60 of them were civilians. Four children died. During the hostilities in the capital, 889 people were wounded, 241 of them were civilians, including 18 children, 3 ambulance drivers and 1 ambulance doctor.”

Source: Ukrainska pravda


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