Invaders hit 26 settlements in Zaporizhzhia region in past day

Invaders hit 26 settlements in Zaporizhzhia region in past day

Over the past day, Russian troops shelled 26 settlements in Zaporizhzhia region.

"According to the report of the National Police Main Department in Zaporizhzhia Region, the occupiers fired at civilian infrastructure in the area of Malynivka, Huliaypole, Huliaypilske, Kamyanske, Chervone, Zatyshshia, Yehorivka, Zaliznychne, Orikhiv, Mali Shcherbaky, Novodanylivka, Olhivske, Mala Tokmachka, Charivne, Shcherbaky, Poltavka, Zelenyi Hai, Novoselivka, Shevchenko, Novokarlivka, Bilohirya, Stepove, Plavni, Stepnohirsk, Zarichne, Komyshuvakha settlements over the past day," the Zaporizhzhia Regional Military Administration posted on Telegram with reference to the police data.

It is noted that 36 reports on the destruction of houses (apartments) of citizens and infrastructure objects as a result of the shelling were received.

Moreover, the invaders launched 156 strikes on the positions of Ukrainian defenders, using tank weapons, rocket and tube artillery along the entire line of contact, the Administration noted.

As reported, the Russian invaders twice shelled a settlement and the water area of Ochakiv community, Mykolaiv region, with MLRS yesterday, damaging houses and farm buildings.


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