Artillery shelling of the occupiers in the Donbass de-energized four villages

There is no water supply in one of these settlements after the shelling.Consequences of shelling / photo of environmental protectionConsequences of shelling / photo of environmental protection

Russian occupation forces fired artillery at Donbass, leaving four settlements without electricity.

This was reported by the  press center of the Joint Forces Operation on the social network Facebook.

Thus, the Ukrainian side of the Joint Center for Control and Coordination on Ceasefire and Stabilization of the Line of Delimitation of the Parties reports another shelling by the Russian Armed Forces of a settlement in the territory controlled by the Ukrainian government using weapons prohibited by the Minsk agreements.Consequences of shelling / photo of environmental protectionConsequences of shelling / photo of environmental protection

“On August 11 of this year, at about 4 am, Kremlin mercenaries fired on the outskirts of the settlement of Novomykhailivka, Donetsk region, from the occupied settlement of Trudivske, using 122-mm artillery systems. In total, the occupiers fired more than 24 shells. , which led to the power outages of Taramchuk, Slavne, Solodke, Novomykhailivka, “the statement reads.

Also due to damage to the power line, the settlement of Novomykhailivka was left without water supply.

The situation in Donbass today

As of 7 a.m. on August 11, one ceasefire violation was recorded.

It is noted that near Novomykhailivka the Russian occupiers used 122-mm artillery systems. There are no combat losses among our defenders.

(C)UNIAN 2021

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