Invaders again shell Sumy region with artillery, mortars, Grad MLRS

Invaders again shell Sumy region with artillery, mortars, Grad MLRS

On July 25, Russian troops once again shelled five communities of Sumy region from their territory, opening fire from mortars, artillery, and Grad MLRS.

“At about 08:30, there were four strikes from Grad MLRS on Esman community. At 11:00, the Russians fired tube barrel artillery, three explosions were recorded,” Dmytro Zhyvytskyy, Head of the Sumy Regional Military Administration, posted on Telegram.

At 12:30, mortar fire came from the Russian side. Four explosions were recorded.

At 14:00, the Russians fired three mortar rounds on Bilopillia community. At 15:00, artillery shelling on Znob-Novhorodske community with ten explosions were recorded.

At 20:30, Russian troops opened fire from mortars on Seredyna-Buda community. Six explosions were recorded.

Zhyvytskyy noted that there were no destructions and no injured people as a result of the attacks.

On February 24, Russia launched the full-scale invasion of Ukraine. The Russian troops shell and destroy key infrastructure facilities, massively fire on residential areas of Ukrainian cities and villages using artillery, MLRS, aerial bombs, and ballistic missiles.


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