Three civilians were injured by a Russian missile attack on a village in Zaporizhia, the chief of staff of the president of Ukraine said on Saturday. Meanwhile, a Moscow-appointed official in the occupied part of the Ukrainian region reported that Kiev forces shelled a school.

Fighting has continued for months in the Zaporizhia region, one of the Ukrainian regions annexed by Russia last year. Occupying forces have not captured all of its territory, while the Ukrainian army maintains control of the regional capital.

Andriy Yermak, chief of staff of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, said in a post on the Telegram platform that Russian missiles hit the village of Stepnohirsk, injuring two women and a man. Russian forces also shelled the city of Zaporizhia, where 16 buildings were damaged, city council secretary Anatoly Kurtiev said via Telegram.

Vladimir Rogov, a Moscow-appointed official in the occupied Zaporizhia region, said Ukrainian forces shelled a school in the village of Stulneve and that air defense intercepted a drone over the town of Tokmak. The Defense Ministry in Moscow said earlier that Russian forces destroyed Ukrainian military weapons depots on Friday.

In his Saturday message, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky reiterated his pledge to liberate all territories seized by Russian invaders. “We cannot leave any Ukrainian, any city and any village under Russian occupation,” he stressed.