Russians hit three communities of Sumy region in one day - administration chief

Russians hit three communities of Sumy region in one day - administration chief

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On Thursday, November 24, Russian shelled three communities of Sumy region, releasing a total of more than 30 mines and shells.

According to Ukrinform, the head of the Sumy regional military administration, Dmytro Zhivytskyi, reported this on Telegram.

In particular, the invaders hit the Novoslobidska community with mortars — six hits were reported. According to the head of the administration, a residential building was damaged by enemy fire.

The Shalyhinska community was hit by artillery from the territory of the Russian Federation – 18 shells flew in. They caused no destruction.

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Russian troops also fired mortars at the border areas of the Seredyno-Buda community — ten hits were recorded. According to Zhyvytskyi, there is no destruction in the area.

As reported by Ukrinform, according to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, as of 18:00 on November 24, Russian troops carried out two airstrikes and 16 attacks using multiple rocket launchers on the positions of the Defense Forces and civilian objects.


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