On the morning of March 18, as a result of shelling, a barracks in Nikolaev in southern Ukraine was destroyed, the number of dead and wounded soldiers went to dozens, Verkhovna Rada deputy Oleksiy Goncharenko reports.
Accurate information on Russia-Ukraine war about the victims and injured is not yet available.
BBC journalist Andrew Harding writes about 45 dead soldiers, Belgian journalist Robin Ramakers – about 80.
According to the latest data from the Office of the UN Commissioner for Human Rights, since February 24, at least 847 civilians (including 64 children) have died in Ukraine and another 1,399 people have been injured (including 78 children).
In the Donbass, 240 people were killed and 728 were injured in Russia-Ukraine war.
The real numbers of the Russia-Ukraine war are substantially higher, according to the department, because the information from some locations is delayed due to conflicts.
In less than 24 hours, about 16,400 individuals were evacuated from Ukraine’s most dangerous regions to Russia, according to the Russian Defense Ministry.
Ukrainian nationalists are preparing chemical provocations in Sumy and the Mykolaiv region, according to the Russian Defense Ministry.