Russian troops open fire on Dnipropetrovsk Region with Uragan MLRS

Russian troops open fire on Dnipropetrovsk Region with Uragan MLRS

In the evening of July 26, 2022, Russian troops opened fire on Dnipropetrovsk Region’s Novosemenivka with the Uragan multiple launch rocket systems (MLRS).

The relevant statement was made by Apostolove Mayor Andrii Osa on Telegram, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

“Tonight the enemy has shelled Novosemenivka with cluster munitions, using the Uragan MLRS. The power grid was damaged, and the village was left without electricity supply services. The repair crew will restore services tomorrow. No casualties or destructions were reported,” Osa wrote.

According to Kryvyi Rih Military Administration Head Oleksandr Vilkul, in addition to the Apostolove community, Russian invaders continue to open fire on Kryvyi Rih District and all over the contact line.

“In the village of Koshove, a power transmission line was damaged. Russian orcs also shelled Velyka Kostromka. The power grid was damaged, and a fire broke out in the field of two hectares in area,” Vilkul noted.

A reminder that, on July 26, 2022, Russian troops launched a massive missile attack on southern Ukraine from the Black Sea, using strategic aircrafts.


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