On April 6, the state-owned Ukrzaliznytsia reported casualties after three missiles hit a railway station in eastern Ukraine, damaging buildings, tracks and the railway line.
The exact location of the attack is not disclosed for security reasons, the number of victims is being clarified.
Recently, Russian troops have launched missile strikes on infrastructure in Ukraine.
In particular, due to the shelling of Kramatorsk on April 5 in the Donetsk region, trains had to be stopped in the direction of Slovyansk until the damage to the railway was repaired. Evacuation flights for civilians were canceled. For the same reason, traffic was stopped at Phenol Station, near the village of New York