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Russia drops bombs on the border of the Kharkiv region

Feb 21, 2024

On the afternoon of Wednesday, February 21, the Russian Federation shelled border settlements in the Kharkiv region. The occupiers used artillery, mortars, and guided aerial bombs.


This was reported by RBC-Ukraine regarding the press service of the Kharkiv Region Prosecutor's Office.

According to the prosecutor's office, at about 12:40, Russia attacked the village of Ivanivka with mortars and artillery. As a result, a 52-year-old civilian was wounded.

Later, around 14:00, the enemy shelled the village of Dvorichna with artillery. A civilian was killed there. However, his identity has not yet been established.

Around 15:00, Russian troops fired on the village of Vilkhuvatka. As a result, residential buildings were destroyed and damaged. There were no casualties. It has been preliminarily established that the enemy used two guided aerial bombs.

Author - Serhii Kolomiets, 22/02/2024

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