Two injured, medical facility and two houses damaged in Russian attacks on Kharkiv Oblast

Aftermath of Russian strikes on Izyum district on June 2
Aftermath of Russian strikes on Izyum district on June 2

A Russian Iskander M missile and four UMPB D-30 glide bombs targeted the town of Izyum and the nearby village of Borivska Andriivka in Ukraine’s Kharkiv Oblast early on June 2, according to a preliminary report posted on Facebook by the Regional Prosecutor's Office.

A missile strike at 5:10 a.m. EET damaged a medical facility in Izyum, followed by the bombing of Borivska Andriivka at 10 a.m., injuring an 86-year-old woman and setting two houses on fire.

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At the same time, regional governor Oleh Synehubov reported two casualties in the bombing and mentioned the injury of a 76-year-old man.

<span class="copyright">Kharkiv Oblast Prosecutor's Office via Facebook</span>
Kharkiv Oblast Prosecutor's Office via Facebook
<span class="copyright">Kharkiv Oblast Prosecutor's Office via Facebook</span>
Kharkiv Oblast Prosecutor's Office via Facebook

The Prosecutor's Office has opened a preliminary investigation into the violation of the laws and customs of war under Part 1 of Article 438 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.

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The day before, on June 1, 12 people, including eight children, were injured in shelling in the town of Balakliya in the Izyum district.

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