KHARKIV, JAN 19 — Local utility services have covered all 370 broken windows in residential buildings in the Kholodnohirskyi district damaged by a Russian missile strike on January 16.

This was reported by the press service of the Kharkiv city council.

According to the Department of Housing and Communal Services, 250 out of 300 damaged windows in non-residential buildings have been almost covered. Two out of six damaged roofs have been renovated.

30 buildings were damaged in the district. All buildings have heat and electricity, but some are without a gas supply. The city council said that work to eliminate the consequences of the rocket attack is ongoing.

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What is known about the shelling of Kharkiv on January 16

At about 9:43 p.m. on January 16, two explosions occurred in Kharkiv. The Russian military launched a rocket attack on a residential area in the Kholodnohirskyi district of Kharkiv.

Employees of the State Emergency Service rescued one woman and evacuated 30 people. There is information about 17 injured.

The Russian Federation fired at the city with S-300 missiles, said the head of the Kharkiv regional police, Volodymyr Tymoshko.

A report on eliminating the consequences of the shelling is available here.