This was announced by Interior Minister Arsen Avakov on his Facebook page, Censor.NET reports.
"It is reported that 105 civilians of Mariupol were admitted to hospitals. 12 of them are in grave condition. May God give them health," he wrote.
As known, 30 civilians were killed as a result of terrorists' shelling of residential areas of eastern part of Mariupol on Jan. 24. The UN Security Council did not manage to make a statement regarding shelling of Mariupol for it was blocked by Russia. Today, Jan. 26, another meeting of the UN Security Council regarding the shelling of Mariupol is to take place. Extraordinary Foreign Affairs Council of the EU on escalation of the situation in Ukraine is planned for Jan. 29