Russian Army Attacks Seven Settlements In Donetsk Region, Damaging 32 Civilian Objects

(MENAFN- UkrinForm) On June 21, Russian troops fired 1,945 times at the Donetsk region, hitting seven settlements and damaging 32 civilian objects.

This was reporte by the Police of Donetsk region, according to Ukrinform.

"The police recorded 1,945 attacks by the Russian Federation. The enemy attacked 7 settlements: the towns of Kurakhove, Selydove, Toretsk, Druzhba, New York, Pivnichne, and Novozhelanne," the statement said.

The enemy shelling damaged 32 civilian objects, including 26 residential buildings, a cafe, a business, cars, and power lines.

In particular, the occupiers struck Toretsk six times: with four KAB-250 bombs and artillery. Two people were killed and another was injured. Six apartment blocks, two private houses and infrastructure were damaged.

The invaders dropped an UMPB D-30SN aerial bomb on Selydove, killing two civilians and injuring three others. Five apartment blocks and six private houses were destroyed.

The Russian army shelled Druzhba with artillery, killing one person and injuring another.
Two private houses were damaged.

According to law enforcers, a civilian was wounded and a house was damaged in the village of New York as a result of a KAB-250 bomb attack.

Another civilian was wounded in Pivnichne, two houses and a car were damaged.

The police and the Security Service of Ukraine opened criminal proceedings under Article 438 (violation of the laws and customs of war) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.

As reported, Russian invaders killed five civilians and wounded seven more in the Donetsk region on June 21.

Photo: National Police



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