Volodymyr Tymoshko, the head of the Main Directorate of the National Police in the Kharkiv region, announced this on Facebook.
"The identification of the bodies of those who died in the village of Groza is ongoing. 49 bodies have already been identified, 5 people are considered missing", – he wrote. On October 5, Russia shelled the village of Groza, Kharkiv region, as a result of which 52 people died. The occupiers took aim at the cafe, where a memorial dinner was being held at the time. The UN sent a team to investigate Russia’s attack on Grozny. As of October 7, 48 bodies had already been identified.