Donetsk region comes under 37 Russian attacks. Casualties reported

Donetsk region comes under 37 Russian attacks. Casualties reported

The Russian army struck Donetsk region 37 times over the past day. Rockets slammed into a residential sector and the territory of a coke and chemical plant. Civilians were killed and injured.

As the Donetsk Region Department of the National Police reports, 20 localities came under enemy fire. Most Russian strikes – 11 – were launched on Avdiivka. The Russian army also attacked Bakhmut, Kramatorsk, Slovyansk, Kurakhove, Krasnohorivka, Marinka, Toretsk, Soledar, Chasiv Yar, Zalizne, Zhelanne, Ocheretyne, Karlivka, Memryk, Odradivka, Orlivka, Novozhelanne, Novomykolaivka, Pisky.

The Russian troops attacked Donetsk region with rockets, S-300 missile systems, Grad and Uragan MLRS, artillery, and tanks.

Fifty-four objects were destroyed and damaged in Donetsk region: 39 residential buildings, coke and chemical plant premises, a railway station, administrative buildings, garages.

Police officers worked at the sites and collected evidence of war crimes committed by the Russian Federation. The National Police and the Security Service of Ukraine opened criminal proceedings under Article 438 (violation of the laws and customs of war) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.

As reported, the Russian army killed seven civilians and injured 14 more in Donetsk region over the past day, August 11.


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