The occupiers released more than 200 mines and projectiles in Sumy Oblast: there is damage

The occupiers released more than 200 mines and projectiles in Sumy Oblast: there is damage

On November 6, the Russian occupiers released more than 200 mines and shells along the border of the Sumy region.  There is damage, and a woman has also died. SumyshchynaPhoto – t.me/Zhyvytskyy

On Sunday, November 6, the Russian occupiers fired 203 shells and mines along the border of the Sumy region. The communities of Bilopolska, Vorozhbyanska, Esmanska, Krasnopilska, Khotinska, Seredino-Budska and Shalyginska came under fire.

This was announced by the head of the Sumy OVA Dmytro Zhivytskyi in Telegram.

On the outskirts of one of the villages of the Krasnopil community, the enemy dropped 3 VOG-type explosives from a drone. There were no casualties.

The Shalygin community was shelled with mortars. 12 arrivals were recorded, without consequences.

In the Khotyn community, the Russians hit the outskirts of one of the villages with self-propelled guns. 32 explosions were heard. After 2:00 p.m., another 40 anti-aircraft missiles and 30 mortars were recorded.

The Seredino-Budsk community was hit by a rocket launcher. 7 explosions damaged a residential building, a garage and a private car. There are also surges of power lines.

There were 42 explosions from artillery shelling in the Vorozhbyan community, and the Russians also fired 30 shells from MLRS at civilians. One woman died, another was injured.

Currently, it is already known about 7 damaged residential buildings, 6 utility buildings, two summer kitchens, a bathhouse, a city cafe, a cemetery, two cars, power lines and gas pipes.

Small arms were fired from the Russian side in the Esmansk community. In the Bilopol community, 10 mines were directed at the border village, in another village there is the destruction of a private house.

We will remind you that on the night of Sunday, November 6, Russian troops attacked Zaporizhzhia, one person was killed as a result of the shelling.

Also, on Sunday, November 6, the Russian military fired rockets at the Vilnius district of the Zaporizhzhia region.

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