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Seven Apartment Blocks Hit In Russia's Missile Attack On Kostiantynivka

(MENAFN- UkrinForm) Seven apartment blocks have been damaged in Russia's missile attack on the Donetsk region's Kostiantynivka, which took place on January 28, 2023. Casualties among civilians were reported.

The relevant statement was made by Donetsk Regional Military Administration on telegram , an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

“In yesterday's [missile] attack on Kostiantynivka, four civilians were killed and 14 injured. Seven apartment blocks, seven garages and a hotel were damaged,” the report states.

In the Volnovakha direction, Russian troops opened fire on such settlements as Vuhledar, Novoukrainka, Prechystivka and Bohoiavlenka. No casualties among civilians were reported.

In the Donetsk direction, Russian invaders attacked Kurakhove with artillery four times. Seven apartment blocks and 10 detached houses were damaged, as well as two health facilities. The enemy also launched a missile strike on Kostiantynopolske.

In Avdiivka, chaotic shelling took place last night. No casualties were reported.

In the Horlivka direction, one person was killed and one injured in Bakhmut. An apartment block was damaged. One more civilian was reported killed in the Soledar community's Paraskoviivka.

In addition, detached houses were damaged in Toretsk and a 9-storey apartment block in New York. The outskirts of the Chasiv Yar community are remaining under periodic enemy fire.

In the Lysychansk direction, Russian troops were shelling the Zvanivka community's Zvanivka and Pereizne, and the Siversk community's Siversk and Serebrianka.



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