Russians fire mortars on border areas of Sumy region

Russians fire mortars on border areas of Sumy region

Russians fired mortars from their territory on the border areas of Sumy region, northern Ukraine.

"The occupiers continue to fire on the border areas of Sumy region. Today, at about 05:15-05:20, observers recorded seven explosions from the Russian Federation towards the village of Seredyna Buda, according to preliminary information, fired with 120mm mortar," the Operational Command "North" posted on Facebook.

Eight more shots, probably fired with a 120mm mortar from the Russian Federation towards the same settlement were recorded at 06:12-06:55.

In both cases, no casualties among military personnel or local population and destruction to military equipment were reported. The information on the damage to civilian infrastructure is being clarified.

As reported, on the night of May 25, a Russian plane launched four missiles from the territory of Russia at a locality of Krasnopillia territorial community of Sumy region. The airstrike damaged several private houses and a power line.

On the evening of May 24, two enemy warplanes twice launched unguided missiles towards the border villages of Shostka district, Sumy region. Eight shells fired from the Russian village of Lemeshovka exploded near another village in the same area.

Another seven shells fired by the enemy from the Russian village of Tiotkino exploded on the outskirts of the village in Konotop district.


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