→ Russian Missile Double-tap Attack Kills At Least 5, Injures 25

Russian missile attacks on the Novobavarsky neighborhood of Kharkiv killed at least five people and injured 25 others, Governor Oleh Syniehubov said on May 31.

Russian forces attacked a multi-story residential building in the city of Kharkiv, killing one person and injuring 23 others, Kharkiv Oblast Governor Oleh Syniehubov reported. Another person, a security guard at a sewing workshop, was also killed in a strike at a different location within the city, Suspilne reported.

No details were provided on the other fatalities.

→ "Terror must lose everywhere"

→ "These attacks are our constant reality"

→ Updates from the first week of the new Kharkiv offensive

Nice rundown here about the week and its progress.

However, President Zelensky warns that this may only be the ‘first wave’.

→ And so it begins: Russia attempts to invade via Kharkiv and Sumy regions

We will update this site as we know more information, but it looks like attempts are being made to enter Ukraine through Kharkiv and Sumy regions.

→ "Our Main Goal is Ukraines Total Victory" International Delegation Visits Kharkiv

On April 20, an international delegation including the ambassadors of Denmark, Estonia, France, and Sweden, representatives of the UNDP, and Infrastructure Vice Prime Minister Oleksandr Kubrakov, along with the MP Olena Shuliak visited Kharkiv, reported the press services of Kharkiv City Council and the Kharkiv Regional Military Administration.

The delegates went to the destroyed by Russians Northern Saltivka [the largest residential area in Ukraine, located in the east of Kharkiv], critical infrastructure facilities, and an underground school in the Industrialnyi district of the city.

→ The Economist: Russian Attacks Aim to Make Kharkiv Uninhabitable

The recent escalation of Russian strikes against Kharkiv aims to turn the city into a “grey zone,” uninhabitable for civilians, The Economist wrote on April 7, citing undisclosed Ukrainian military sources.

Additional tweets from today are below…

ONE DEAD AND SIXTEEN INJURED IN TODAY’S BOMBING IN KHARKIV RESIDENTIAL AREA.

AT LEAST 15 EXPLOSIONS OVERNIGHT IN KHARKIV, BLACKOUTS REPORTEDUKRAINE AIR FORCE DOWNS 92 OF 151 AERIAL TARGETSZAPORIZHZHIA’S NUCLEAR PLANT ON THE BRINK OF BLACKOUT.

PHOTOS FROM YESTERDAY’S MISSILE ATTACK ON KHARKIV: Death toll is now at five, with five others missing, the search continues but things sound grim.