The aggressor country Russia continues to terrorize the frontline territories of Ukraine. In the past day, on August 6, more than 40 Russian shellings were recorded, as a result of which 16 people died.
About this stated First Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Yevgeny Yenin.
“This day there were 46 shellings, as a result of which 16 people died, and we still have dozens of wounded. The Russians are primarily targeting the Donetsk and Mykolaiv regions. But it also flies powerfully to Kharkiv, Dnipropetrovsk, Zaporizhzhia regions, and a number of other regions of the country.”– noted the representative of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
Since the beginning of the full-scale war in Ukraine, more than 1,064 children have been affectedSince the beginning of the full-scale war, as a result of Russian aggression in Ukraine, more than 1,064 children have been injured, and more than 703 have been injured.
August 7, 2022, 11:47 am
According to Yenin, Donetsk region has already been shelled more than 3,000 times, Luhansk region – 4,000 times, Mykolaiv region – 700 times. He reminded that the only region of Ukraine where Russian missiles have not yet arrived since the beginning of the full-scale war is Chernivtsi.
According to his words, during the 164 days of full-scale war on the territory of the state, about a hundred DRGs were exposed and more than 1,600 people allegedly involved in subversive activities were detained.
“Treason to the state for 300 dollars is almost like 30 pieces of silver. However, the activities of the police and the SBU in countering these manifestations are quite effective.”– assured the first deputy minister.
We will remind, around 04:40 at night, on August 7, the Russians struck the Nemyshlian, Industrial and Novobavarsky districts of Kharkiv, there is destruction.
It should also be noted that during the night the Russians shelled the Dnipropetrovsk region four times – the Nikopol and Kryvorizky districts were hit.
Earlier, the Ukrainian military said whether air defense can protect against artillery fire.