June 1: results of the day

June 1: results of the day
June 1: results of the day Results of the day 01 Jun 2023 at 21:00

It is the four hundred and sixty-third day of Russia's large-scale armed aggression against Ukraine. Let's recap the day's main events.

Over the course of the day, Russian occupiers launched 12 missile strikes on Ukrainian territory. Among them were 10 ballistic and cruise missiles of the "Iskander" type aimed at Kyiv, which were successfully intercepted by Ukrainian defenders. The enemy also targeted Kharkiv with two guided anti-aircraft missiles of the S-300 system. In total, the occupiers carried out 36 airstrikes with aviation and shelled the positions of Ukrainian forces and civilian settlements around 10 times using multiple rocket launch systems. There have been casualties and injuries among the civilian population, including children. Several structures, including a children's clinic, apartment buildings, private residences, and civil infrastructure, were damaged.

These developments were reported by the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

During the night, Russian occupiers shelled Dnipropetrovsk Oblast with heavy artillery, resulting in damage to residential buildings and power transmission lines.

In Kropyvnytskyi, students celebrated their "last bell" in schools without flowers to raise funds for purchasing drones for the Ukrainian military. As part of this initiative, students were encouraged not to buy flowers for the occasion but instead contribute the saved money to buy drones for the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Donations could be made during ceremonial events by putting money in charity collection boxes.

Metropolitan Epifaniy, the head of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine, visited Cherkasy. During his visit, the consecration of the new St. Nicholas the Wonderworker Church took place.

47 children returned to Kirovohrad Oblast from Poland. These children, previously in institutional care and education, have returned to Ukraine because they need family-based care, which was not feasible abroad.

Fighters from Odessa received a powerful battery for charging drones from the charitable foundation "Trymai."

The powerful battery can fully charge 3 laptops, 35 smartphones, provide 14 hours of power for a desk lamp, or enable 4 hours of Starlink connectivity.

A 100-meter bridge over the Sib River in Vinnytsia Oblast has been renovated, restoring direct transportation links between Vinnytsia and Odessa.

In Dnipro, a psychological support center was opened with the support of the Ukrainian-American Foundation.

A major furniture company from Cherkasy Oblast continues to supply furniture to the European market, demonstrating resilience amid challenging wartime circumstances.

Odessa pyrotechnicians are assisting in demining formerly occupied territories in Kherson Oblast. Over the past week, they have successfully surveyed more than 8 hectares of land and destroyed 145 explosive devices.


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