At least 23 people have died in an attack on the central Ukrainian town of Vinnystia, according to Chief of Ukraine’s National Police Ihor Klymenko.
The number of dead includes three children, and dozens of people are still unaccounted for.
A further 64 people, including four children, have been hospitalized – 34 of whom are in a serious condition and five in critical condition, SES said, adding that the search continues for 42 people who are unaccounted for.
More than 50 buildings and more than 40 cars were damaged by the strikes.
Chief Klymenko said only six of the bodies had so far been identified, and DNA tests may be required to identify others.
According to Kyrylo Tymoshenko, the deputy head of the Office of the President of Ukraine, the attack was carried out with Russian Kalibr cruise missiles that were launched from submarines stationed in the Black Sea.