Russia hits Ukrainian command centers and foreign terrorist base in Kharkiv in retaliation for Belgorod attack

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Russia on Sunday (December 31) said it attacked military facilities in the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv overnight, including a hotel housing military commanders and “foreign mercenaries”, in response to Ukraine’s strikes on Belgorod the previous day.

Vyacheslav Gladkov, governor of the Belgorod region adjoining northern Ukraine, said the death toll from Saturday’s Ukrainian rocket attack on the regional capital had risen to 24.

Russia’s U.N. Ambassador Vasily Nebenzya accused Kyiv of carrying out the attack during a United Nations Security Council meeting on Saturday.

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It’s one of the deadliest attacks on Russian soil since the start of the Russia-Ukraine conflict began 22 months ago.

Both sides have increased attacks in the last week of 2023.