Russia intensified shelling of Ukrainian territory
On Sunday night, Russia massively shelled a number of areas.
According to BBC News, the Russian army has been fiercely shelling Ukrainian territory in recent days. At the same time, blows fell on the recently liberated communities. So, the military administration of the Kharkov region reported "arrivals" in Kupyansky, Bogodukhovsky, Kharkov, Chuguevsky and Krasnogradsky districts.
As the authorities specified, the enemy hit civilian infrastructure, schools, and agro-industrial enterprises. Seven people were injured as a result of the shelling. Another person was blown up by a mine, not far from Kharkov.
The authorities of the region noted that mines remain one of the main problems of the de-occupied territories. Demining continues.
Over the past 24 hours, Ukrainian sappers cleared about 26 hectares of the region's territory, the report said.
The shelling was also reported in the Kherson OVA.
At night, the Russians massively shelled Vysokopolie, Mirolyubovka, Arkhangelskoye, Olgino, Belousovo, Karernoye and Potemkino. As a result, several people were also injured there, the administration said.
In the Dnipropetrovsk region, three settlements of the Nikopol region suffered from shelling - Nikopol itself, as well as Krasnogrigoryevsk and Marganets. The Russians covered them with Grads. As a result of the shelling, residential buildings and an electrical substation were damaged. More than 3,200 families were left without electricity. Shops, a kindergarten, an outpatient clinic, cars, a pharmacy, a club, a stadium and a gas pipeline were also affected.
Massive shelling was also reported by the Donetsk Regional Military Administration.
At night, Russian artillery hit civilian targets along the entire front line, from Velikaya Novoselka to Svyatogorsk. One person was injured, the Donetsk Regional Police Department reported.
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