Russian army strikes machine building plant in Kherson region with aerial bombs

Russian army strikes machine building plant in Kherson region with aerial bombs

The enemy bombarded production shops of Beryslav’s machine building plant in Kherson region.

Volodymyr Litvinov, the head of the Beryslav District Military Administration, announced this on Telegram.

"The enemy continues to destroy the city with aerial bombs. As a result of the airstrike on the city of Beryslav, production shops of the machine building plant were damaged," the report says.

 As noted, there are no victims among the civilian population.

In turn, Roman Mrochko, the head of the Kherson City Military Administration, wrote on Telegram that on the night of June 5, the Russians attacked Suvorovskyi and Korabelnyi districts of Kherson and Molodizhne 6 times (33 projectiles).

The island and left-bank part of Kherson urban territorial community (cottage plots) also came under shelling (77 projectiles).

"Yesterday, the enemy shelled Kherson territorial community three times, using 26 projectiles. Naddniprianske, Antonivka, and Molodizhne were struck," he wrote.

As a result of hostile actions in the community, two people were injured.

As reported by Ukrinform, the Russian army launched 28 attacks on Kherson region last day, firing 176 projectiles. Two people were injured.

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