Russians shell residential areas in Kyiv region using Grad MLR systems, casualties reported

Russians shell residential areas in Kyiv region using Grad MLR systems, casualties reported

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Russian troops have once again employed heavy artillery to strike settlements outside Ukraine’s capital Kyiv. Casualties have been reported, including a child.

That’s according to the chief of the Kyiv Regional Police Department, Andriy Nebytov, Ukrinform reports.

"The enemy once again fired heavy artillery at the settlements in Kyiv region. At least five households were destroyed; there are casualties among the civilian population, including a child. As we see, the occupiers’ shelling is indiscriminate as they keep firing on residential neighborhoods, civilian infrastructure sites, and apartment blocks. They are cynically annihilating civilians and their homes with their Grad rockets,” the police chief stressed.

According to Nebytov, Kyiv Regional PD detectives have already carefully documented more than 250 facts of the aggressor's war crimes committed in Kyiv region. All case files will be forwarded to the International Court of Justice in cases launched against Russian war criminals.

As Ukrinform reported earlier today, Russian invaders opened fire on the Shepetivka-Kyiv suborban train, injuring one.


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