AFP quoted Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelinsky as saying that 137 people had been killed on the first day of the Russian invasion.
Earlier, Ukraine’s Ministry of Public Health put the death toll at 57 and 169 injured.
The Russian Ministry of Public Health said in a statement on Thursday (February 24th) that the Russian attack had killed 57 people so far, according to the Ukraine Form.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has announced that about 100,000 Ukrainians have been displaced following the Russian invasion.
According to Ukrainian media, the Russian attack on the order of President Vladimir Putin began at around 4:00 am on Thursday, February 24. Ukraine has described the attack as full-scale war and aggression.
Russia has reportedly launched an offensive targeting Ukrainian military bases and air bases.
Russia has also confirmed that it has targeted Ukrainian military bases.
Ukraine has claimed the downing of a number of Russian fighter jets.
The invasion of Ukraine has provoked widespread opposition.
The United States and the European Union have imposed the toughest sanctions on Russia.
Demonstrations have also taken place in some Russian cities against the war against Ukraine, despite government warnings.
A general mobilization has been announced in Ukraine to confront Russia.