Two women have been wounded by Russian shelling in Kupiansk in northeastern Ukraine’s Kharkiv province, according to the region’s governor, Oleh Syniehubov.

“Two women – 76 and 53 years old – were injured and have been hospitalised. Their condition is moderate,” he said in a statement on Telegram, adding that residential buildings and other civilian infrastructure have been damaged.

Ukrainian forces took back Kupiansk from Russian control in September.