Russian forces are targeting Ukraine’s eastern Kharkiv and southern Odesa regions. Local officials reported this information on Thursday. Over the past few months, Russia has been conducting missile and drone attacks on key installations to disrupt the supply of services to Ukraine. Kharkiv Governor Oleg Sinegubov said on social media that the enemy had attacked the area about 15 times. Occupiers have again targeted critical infrastructure. He also said that preliminary reports indicated that private residential buildings in Kharkiv were targeted. Meanwhile, the mayor of Kharkiv Igor Terekhov said that attacks targeting electricity infrastructure are disrupting supply in some parts of the city. The governor of Odesa region, Maksim Marchneko, said that the attack was aimed at the water infrastructure in the region. Apart from this, residential buildings have been severely damaged due to massive missile attacks. However, fortunately, there were no casualties, he said.