Skip to content

Samsung building damaged by Russian missile strike in Ukraine

Spread the love

Samsung’s building in Kyiv, Ukraine

A building with a heavy Samsung presence in Ukraine was damaged during Russia’s retaliatory missile attack on Kyiv, though no casualties were reported.

The company has about a dozen floors in the building for research and development, as well as sales activities. Images on Twitter showed the building surrounded by smoke with plenty of blown-out windows.

On Monday, Russia launched a barrage of missiles upon Ukraine, striking its capital city Kyiv and other infrastructure. Officials say this attack is one of the largest since Russia’s invasion earlier in 2022.

In addition to the air strikes which took place during the Ukraine rush hour which mostly hit civilian targets, Russia increased security for the bridge and energy infrastructure between Crimea and Russia.

“Today was a good and mostly sunny day on the territory of our state,” he said. “Unfortunately, it was cloudy in Crimea.”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *