OREANDA-NEWS  There is no digital TV broadcasting in Kharkiv and the nearest settlements after the impact on the TV tower. This was announced by the head of the Kharkiv Regional Military Administration (OVA) Oleg Sinegubov in his Telegram channel.

Sinegubov commented on the strike of the Armed Forces of Russia on the Kharkiv TV tower on April 22. He said that there is no digital broadcasting signal in the city and a number of settlements in the Kharkiv region. According to the official, the explosion at the facility occurred at an altitude of 140 meters, the height of the tower before the impact was 250 meters.

"Kharkiv residents can connect satellite TV. Radio, Internet and mobile communications are working," the head of the Kharkiv OVA said. He added that experts are analyzing the effects of the impact and the extent of damage to television equipment.

On April 22, the Russian Armed Forces struck a TV tower in Kharkiv on Derevyanko Street. As a result of the explosion, a column of smoke rose from the structure, after which its long upper part broke off and fell down.