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KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy vowed Sunday a stern retaliation to the Russian missile strike within the middle of the northern Ukrainian metropolis of Chernihiv that killed seven people and wounded over a hundred others the day before.

“I’m certain our troopers will reply to Russia for this terrorist assault. Reply tangibly,” Zelenskyy stated in a video tackle revealed within the early hours of Sunday on the finish of a visit to Sweden, his first international journey since attending a NATO summit in Lithuania final month.

He named a six-year-old lady, Sofia, as among the many lifeless within the assault and confirmed that the wounded included 15 kids.

The governor of the Chernihiv area, Vyacheslav Chaus, stated Sunday that the entire variety of folks wounded had risen to 148.

Additional east, Russian forces shelled town of Kupiansk on Sunday morning, critically wounding a person, in keeping with Kharkiv regional Gov. Oleh Syniehubov.

In the meantime, in Russia, 5 folks had been wounded when a Ukrainian drone hit a practice station within the metropolis of Kursk, regional Gov. Roman Starovoit stated early Sunday. Kursk is the capital of the western area of the identical title, which borders Ukraine.

In line with Starovoit, the drone crashed into the roof of the railway station constructing, with a hearth subsequently breaking out on the roof.

Russian air protection jammed a drone flying in direction of Moscow early Sunday inflicting it to crash. Russia’s Protection Ministry known as it “an try by the Kyiv regime to hold out a terrorist assault.”

Moscow’s Vnukovo and Domodedovo airports briefly suspended flights, however no victims or injury had been reported.

Ukrainian authorities, which typically keep away from commenting on assaults on Russian soil, didn’t say whether or not it launched the assaults. Drone strikes on the Russian border areas are a reasonably common incidence.

Drone assaults deeper inside Russian territory have been on the rise since a drone was destroyed over the Kremlin in early May. Profitable strikes have uncovered the vulnerabilities of Moscow’s air protection programs.

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