A missile struck an apartment complex in Kramatorsk, Ukraine, killing three people and leaving at least 20 injured.
Local authorities originally claimed the missile was fired by Russia, but regional police later identified it as an Iskander-K tactical missile.
Multiple apartment buildings were damaged in the attack.
In the eastern Ukrainian city of Kramatorsk, a missile strike killed at least three people and injured 20 others on the evening of January 31st.
Local authorities initially claimed that Russia had fired a rocket, but region police later identified it as an Iskander-K tactical missile.
The missile struck an apartment building, leaving several others damaged in the process.
Casualties and damage could still rise amid rubble and rescue efforts.
On February 1st, reports emerged of a second missile attack on the city.
According to regional governor Pavlo Kyrylenko, the Russian military launched at least two S-300 missiles, damaging multiple residential buildings and a children's clinic.
Local authorities urged residents to seek shelter.
The European Union condemned the missile strikes, with the EU's foreign policy chief calling for an "immediate and comprehensive ceasefire" in the region.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky met with senior EU officials in Kyiv as part of ongoing negotiations.
Tensions between Ukraine and Russia have remained high since the annexation of Crimea in 2014 and an ongoing military conflict in the region.