Russians shell several localities of Kherson region. Casualties reported

Russians shell several localities of Kherson region. Casualties reported

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The Russian army shelled the town of Arkhanhelske, the villages of Liubymivka, Olhyne, and Stanislav in Kherson region. Civilians were killed and injured.

"The enemy army shelled the town of Arkhanhelske, the villages of Liubymivka, Olhyne, and Stanislav, damaging houses, killing and injuring locals," Yaroslav Yanushevych, Head of the Kherson Regional Military Administration, posted on Telegram.

According to him, the situation in Kherson region remains tense, active hostilities are ongoing.

"The most critical situation is in the localities near the front line. There, people live under constant shelling in inhumane conditions. In temporarily occupied communities, the occupiers continue to terrorize the local population," Yanushevych assures.

He noted that the police had opened 22 more criminal proceedings over the war crimes committed by the occupiers in Kherson region.

"The occupiers continue to loot Kherson city and region. Vehicles are taken away from locals, houses are robbed. In the regional center, the Russian military ransacked houses in Ozerna, Krymska, and Ofitserska streets. In Kherson, the Russian military seized the premises of a bank on Yaroslava Mudroho Street," Yanushevych added.

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