Russian forces fired at residential buildings in the historic town of Huliaipole in south-eastern Ukraine on June 18, wounding several civilians, the Zaporizhzhiya Regional Military Administration reported on June 19.
The report says that the wounded residents had injuries of varying severity and were taken to a medical facility.
As a result of shelling by the Russian Federation, several dozen private residences were hit. The buildings are either completely destroyed, or partially damaged. The shell fragments also struck other adjoining buildings, garages, cellars, summer kitchens, and yards.
Also damaged is one store, an oil mill, and a local administrative building, which has had its windows blown out, and suffered damage to the facade and the roof.
Huliaipole is located almost directly north of the occupied port cities of Berdyansk and Mariupol.