In a tragic turn of events,the injury of 19 people, and significant damage to a famous Orthodox cathedral.
The attack on Sunday has left the city in ruins, and victims include civilians, including children.
Oleg Kiper, the governor of Odesa, expressed his sorrow and denounced the constant attacks that have afflicted the city recently.
“Fourteen people were hospitalized in the city’s hospitals, three of them were children,” the governor continued.
At least one person has died and 19 others have been injured as a result of the Russian missile attack on Odesa.
Among the injured are several children, whose lives have been forever altered by the senseless act of violence.
The assault also caused extensive destruction to residential areas, leaving six houses and apartment buildings in ruins. As the city grapples with the aftermath of this tragedy, the urgent need for peace and stability becomes more pronounced than ever.
The missile attack didn’t spare Odesa’s cultural heritage, as the Spaso-Preobrazhenskyi Cathedral, an important Orthodox landmark, suffered severe damage.
This historic cathedral holds significant religious and cultural value to the people of Odesa. The destruction of such an iconic building has left the community heartbroken and devastated.