Explosions Rock Kharkiv Amid Air Raid Alert, Mayor and Governor Report on Telegram

Kharkiv, Ukraine – A series of explosions rocked the city of Kharkiv early on Wednesday, February 7, triggering an air raid alert. Mayor Ihor Terekhov and regional governor Oleh Syniehubov reported the incident on Telegram, according to Ukrinform.

The first explosion was reported at 06:00, with a series of subsequent explosions following shortly after. The exact cause of the explosions was not immediately clear, and authorities have not provided further details at this time.

The city of Kharkiv, located in northeastern Ukraine, has been previously targeted by shelling and other attacks amid the ongoing conflict in the region. This latest incident has raised concerns about the safety and security of residents in the area.

Residents have been urged to remain vigilant and follow any safety instructions provided by local authorities. The situation is still developing, and further updates are expected as more information becomes available.

The explosions have caused panic and fear among the local population, who are already living under the shadow of conflict and instability. The sound of explosions and the air raid alert have forced many to seek shelter and brace for potential further attacks.

Local and regional authorities are working to assess the situation and ensure the safety of residents. The Ukrainian government has yet to issue a formal statement regarding the explosions, but a response is anticipated in the coming hours.