Attacks in Kharkiv Oblast injure seven civilians, says governor

15 June, 03:22 PM
The Russian occupiers are shelling the Kharkiv region (Photo:REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado)

The Russian occupiers are shelling the Kharkiv region (Photo:REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado)

Seven civilians were injured in the past day after invading Russian forces launched attacks on Kharkiv Oblast, the regional governor, Oleh Syniehubov, said in a Telegram messenger post on June 15.

In particular, four people were injured in the Chuhuiv district, one in the Izyum district, and two in the Kharkiv district.

According to the governor, no shelling was recorded in the city of Kharkiv.

At the same time, a wildfire broke out in the Kharkiv district due to enemy shelling.

Houses and outbuildings, as well as garages were also damaged in the villages of the Chuhuiv district as a result of attacks.

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In the Bohodukhiv district, the invaders shelled the Zolochiv territorial community overnight, resulting in the administrative building of one of the enterprises was damaged and a fire broke out there.

The shelling also damaged the enterprise and caused a fire in the Izyum district.

Syniehubov stressed that active hostilities continue on the contact line.

In the Kharkiv direction, fighting is underway for the village of Rubizhne. Active fighting also continues in the Izyum district.

The governor added that the Ukrainian military is repulsing the enemy attacks and inflicting significant losses on them.

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