The Russians hit Kurakhovo in Donetsk region, there is a casualty

The Russians hit Kurakhovo in Donetsk region, there is a casualty

Russian invaders shelled Kurakhove in the Donetsk region with artillery, damaged two 5-story buildings and a private car. t.me/pavlokyrylenko_donoda

On the evening of Tuesday, December 20, the Russian occupation forces shelled the city of Kurakhove in Donetsk region with artillery, at least one person was injured.

Pavlo Kyrylenko, the head of Donetsk OVA, wrote about this in Telegram.

“At least one person was injured, two five-story buildings and a private car were damaged – these are the consequences of Russian artillery shelling of Kurakhovo. The Russians hit the city center around 9 p.m. Surely knowing where they are aiming and understanding that they will only harm civilians”– wrote Kyrylenko.

At the same time, the head of the region reminded that this is not the first shelling of Kurakhovo since Tuesday. A few hours before, the invaders fired large-caliber artillery at infrastructure facilities, trying to deprive people of gas, light and heat.

We will remind that as a result of the shelling of a village in the Kherson region in the morning of December 20, a local resident was killed and two others were injured.

Russian troops also shelled another Naftogaz facility in the Kharkiv region.

According to the information of the General Staff, during the day, the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine carried out 10 strikes on the areas of concentration of personnel, weapons and military equipment and 12 strikes on the positions of the enemy’s anti-aircraft missile systems.

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