Russian missiles struck an area near the airport of Ukraine’s western city of Lviv on Friday.
According to mayor Andriy Sadovy, authorities are assessing the situation and will issue updates, the airport itself had not been attacked.
At least 35 people died in the strike on the Yavoriv training base, near a major crossing point into Poland used by refugees from the conflict.
“Russia fired around 30 cruise missiles at the base, outside the city of Lviv, early Sunday,” the local governor said.
Roads leading to the facility were blocked with checkpoints and authorities were conducting search-and-rescue operations.
Russian jets fired around 30 cruise missiles at the site, also known as the International Peacekeeping and Security Center, according to authorities in Lviv.
Russian missiles hit area near Lviv airport – mayor