Earlier Tuesday, Ukraine suffered what could be considered as the biggest attack in the hand of Russia since the start of the ongoing war which is in its sixth day.
It was reported that Russia fighting jets advanced into Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second largest city, pounding residential areas from all corners. Not less than 70 soldiers were said to had lost their lives in the attack which resulted in large scale destruction of properties.
Now, CGTN has reported that Ukrainian emergency service personnel have since the attack been involved in search and rescue operations.
According to CGTN, search and rescue personnel “could be seen carrying bodies of victims killed in the shelling that hit the City Hall building in Kharkiv, Ukraine on Tuesday, as Russia continues to step up its military actions in Ukraine’s second largest city.