Russians shell six communities in Donetsk region, residential buildings damaged

Russians shell six communities in Donetsk region, residential buildings damaged

Russian forces shelled six communities in Donetsk region over the past day, damaging residential buildings.  

Pavlo Kyrylenko, head of the Donetsk Regional Military Administration, said this in a Telegram post, Ukrinform reports.

"Russians launched a missile attack on Druzhkivka, hitting a private house. There were no casualties.  In the Volnovakha direction, Vuhledar is under intense fire - nine private houses were damaged," Kyrylenko wrote.

In the Donetsk direction, a house in Tonenke, the Ocheretyn community, was damaged as a result of Russian shelling. Kurakhove, Kurakhivka and Hirnyk in the Kurakhove community also came under fire. There were no casualties.

In the Horlivka direction, the situation is tense in the Soledar community, where two houses in Vasiukivka and four in Rozdolivka were damaged in enemy strikes. Paraskoviivka is under constant shelling.

In the Lysychansk direction, Siversk and its outskirts came under enemy fire.

Kyrylenko added that Russian forces injured two civilians in Donetsk region on February 7.

As reported, Russian troops launched eight missile strikes and 21 air strikes, as well as 39 attacks using MLRS, namely on civilian infrastructure in Mykolaiv and Kherson regions.

Photo: Pavlo Kyrylenko, Telegram


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