According to the governor of the Poltava region, Russian missiles struck two cities in central Ukraine early Saturday, causing damage to infrastructure and residential buildings.

“Poltava. “Overnight, a missile struck one of the infrastructure facilities,” Dmitry Lunin wrote on his blog. “Kremenchuk. In the morning, there were many strikes on the city.”

Poltava city, east of Kyiv, is the seat of the Poltava region, while Kremenchuk is one of the region’s important cities.

According to Lunin, there was no immediate information of possible casualties. The report was not immediately verified by Reuters.

Russia disputes that civilians are being targeted in the war that Russian President Vladimir Putin declared on Feb. 24, describing it as the “largest attack on a European state since World War II.”

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