Zaporizhzhia region suffered more than 400 strikes over past week

Zaporizhzhia region suffered more than 400 strikes over past week

Over the past week, Russian invaders shelled Zaporizhzhia region more than 400 times.

"Over the past week, more than 400 strikes were launched [on Zaporizhzhia region], and more than half of them targeted civilian infrastructure," Oleksandr Starukh, Head of the Zaporizhzhia Regional Military Administration, said during a briefing at the Media Center Ukraine–Ukrinform.

According to him, over the past day, 88 strikes on 17 communities were recorded, there were no casualties. At the same time, over the past week, three people were killed and six more were injured in the enemy attacks on the region.

In view of the situation, the organized evacuation of 700-800 people from unoccupied territories is carried out every day to western Ukraine, central Ukraine, to safer regions, Starukh added.

At the same time, according to him, the departure of people from the territories temporarily occupied by the Russian Federation remains complicated. Yesterday, 29 people, including two children, managed to leave the occupied part of the region. Over the past week, 438 people, including 67 children, managed to leave.

As reported, on the night of November 27, invaders fired S-300 missiles at an agricultural enterprise in the suburbs of Zaporizhzhia.


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