Invaders strike at least 15 settlements in Kharkiv region over past day

Invaders strike at least 15 settlements in Kharkiv region over past day

On February 11, Russian invaders shelled at least 15 settlements in Kharkiv region, 13 residential buildings were destroyed in Vovchansk.

Oleh Syniehubov, head of the Kharkiv Regional State Administration, said this in a Telegram post, Ukrinform reports.

“During the past day, the enemy shelled the border settlements of Chuhuiv and Kupiansk districts with artillery, mortars and aircraft. At least 15 settlements came under enemy fire," he wrote.

As a result of massive shelling and an airstrike on Vovchansk, 13 residential buildings and commercial buildings were destroyed. In addition, a building of the National Police was damaged. No casualties were reported.

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Syniehubov reminded that yesterday, around 23:15, the enemy launched another missile attack on Kharkiv. An enterprise was damaged, a large-scale fire broke out. A Nova Poshta depot was also struck. As a result of the attack, a 35-year-old civilian was injured. He was taken to the hospital in moderate condition.

As reported by Ukrinform, on February 11, Russian aggressors again shelled Kharkiv, striking the city with S-300 missiles, damaging infrastructure.


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