Consequences of new shelling of Kharkiv region by occupiers: 15 people were killed, many were wounded

Only in one of the communities of the Kharkiv region, 6 people died because of opponents, the Kharkiv regional military administration noted.

In the Kharkiv region, 15 people were killed due to new enemy shelling, they shared in the OVA / photo
In the Kharkiv region, 15 people were killed due to new enemy shelling, they shared in the OVA / photo

As a result of shelling by the Russian invaders  of the Kharkiv region, 15 people were killed, 16 were injured.

This was announced in his Telegram channel by the head of the Kharkiv Regional Military Administration Oleg Sinegubov.

“15 people were killed. 16 were injured. Such terrible consequences of Russian daytime shelling in the Kharkiv region,” the head of the UVA stated.

He said that in the evening the Russian occupiers fired on the Chuguev community. “According to preliminary data, 6 dead, 4 wounded. The data is being updated,” Sinegubov said.

In Kharkov, he added, 11 wounded, 5 people died.

“An 8-year-old child died in the Kharkiv region, her mother was wounded. There are 3 dead in the Zolochiv community,” the chairman of the OVA wrote.

Sinegubov stressed that this is terrorism, and these crimes against humanity must be punished.

Recall that on June 21 it became known that the enemy once again fired at a residential area of ​​​​Kharkov . The enemy opened fire on the Industrial District of the regional center.

(C)UNIAN 2022

One comment

  1. Pathetic and evil. The little diseased runt knows he will never have Ukraine or Kharkiv so he just wants to destroy it as much as possible and infect everything with ruSSification.
    Rumor is that the runt has colon cancer and I would like to offer my expertise and volunteer to do the surgery……………….

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