As of the morning of April 10, 1,222 people are known to have died as a result of the Russian invasion of Ukraine in the Kyiv region. This was reported by Prosecutor General Irina Venediktova on Sky News.
"As of this morning we have the actual figure, as of this morning - 1,222 dead only in the Kiev region. Of course, what we see on the ground in all regions of Ukraine are war crimes, crimes against humanity, and we do everything to fix it," Venediktova said.
The Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine also called the strike at the train station in Kramatorsk, which killed 50 people, a war crime. According to her, Ukraine has evidence that it was a Russian missile.