Russian invaders shell five oblasts of Ukraine — authorities report on aftermath
Russian occupiers continue to attack populated areas of Ukraine (Photo:Олег Синєгубов/Telegram)
Invading Russian troops shelled a number of settlements in Dnipropetrovsk, Kherson, Kharkiv, Mykolaiv and Donetsk oblasts overnight on April 10-11, regional administrations said, and reported on the aftermath.
The enemy shelled Nikopol District with heavy artillery. Around ten shells hit the Marhanets area, Dnipropetrovsk Governor Serhiy Lysak wrote on Telegram.
The attack caused no casualties. The emergency services arrived at the scene to assess the damage and eliminate the consequences of the strike.
Russian troops shelled with mortars and artillery the water areas of Ochakiv District in Mykolaiv Oblast. The area of Kutsurub came under fire, and there were some shell impacts there, the oblast’s governor, Vitali Kim, reported. There is no information about the damage done or if there were any casualties.
The Russians attacked same area with Grad multiple rocket launchers in the early morning of April 11.
Meanwhile, Russian forces continue shelling the border and front-line settlements of Kharkiv, Chuhuiv and Kupyansk districts in Kharkiv Oblast.
A business premises was damaged in the attack on the village of Kucherivka in Kupyansk District, Kharkiv Oblast Governor Oleh Synehubov wrote on Telegram on April 11.
Vovchansk in Chuhuiv District was shelled at least three times in the past 24 hours.
A house in Kupyansk was damaged by Russian shelling.
Settlements in Kherson Oblast were shelled 56 times in the past day alone with a total of 285 projectiles from multiple rocket launchers, mortars, artillery, tanks, and anti-tank missile systems, and by bombs from drones and aircraft.
In Donetsk Oblast, Russian occupying forces shelled Bakhmut, Toretsk, Kostyantynivka and Ocheretyne. Five civilians were injured in those attacks.
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