Kyiv, May 24 – Russian forces launched missile strikes on the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv on Thursday, killing at least seven people and injuring 21 others.

Kharkiv Regional Governor Oleh Synegubov said that Russian forces fired about 15 missiles in the early morning hours. One of the missiles struck a printing house, killing all seven people who were working inside at the time.

The governor said that there were about 50 people working in the building at the time of the missile strike. Some of the injured are said to be in serious condition.

Russia has not yet claimed responsibility for the attacks.