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Russian army strike on a printing house in Kharkiv: the names of the dead are known

Five women and two men became innocent victims of the aggressor's army. Source: Pixabay

The Vivat publishing house named seven people who died as a result of a Russian missile attack on the Factor-Druk printing house in Kharkiv. The innocent victims of the aggressor's army were five women and two men who worked at the enterprise.

The list of the victims and their photos were published by Vivat CEO Yulia Orlova on May 25. She reminded that this day is the Day of Publishers, Printing, and Book Distribution Workers.

"For Factor Group of companies, this has always been a great joyful holiday, but now our printing family is in grief," Orlova wrote on Facebook.

Russian army strike on a printing house in Kharkiv: the names of the dead are known

Who died as a result of the attack on the printing house in Kharkiv

The victims of the Russian army's missile attack on Kharkiv on May 23 were:

– Khrapina Tetiana, a printer-carpenter,

– Roman Strohyi, a gluing machine operator,

– Svetlana Ryzhenko , a brochure maker,

– Olha Kurasova, a sewing machine and automatic machine operator,

– Olena Ninadovska, sewing machine, and automatic machine operator,

– Anna Mynaeva, a machine operator of a completing machine,

– Dmytro Shylo, brochure maker.

Russian army strike on a printing house in Kharkiv: the names of the dead are known
Russian army strike on a printing house in Kharkiv: the names of the dead are known
Russian army strike on a printing house in Kharkiv: the names of the dead are known
Russian army strike on a printing house in Kharkiv: the names of the dead are known
Russian army strike on a printing house in Kharkiv: the names of the dead are known

As OBOZ.UA previously reported, on May 23, Russian occupants launched a series of strikes on Kharkiv and the region. A missile hit the Vivat printing house, which produced books and notebooks, directly.

The shelling killed seven people and injured dozens. Kharkiv Mayor Ihor Terekhov said that most of the dead were women, and the missile hit the printing shop while a work shift was in progress.

On May 24, Serhiy Bolvinov, head of the Investigative Department of the Kharkiv Regional Police, said that all the victims of the attack on the printing house had been identified through DNA testing.

The day before, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy visited the shelled printing house in Kharkiv. He noted that it was one of the largest printing complexes in Ukraine. As a result of the attack, the production complex was destroyed, and 50,000 books were burned, including many children's books, textbooks, and manuals.

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