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Russia destroyed the Kherson region 60 times in one day – OVA

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Alexander Prokudin said that 26 enemy shells hit the residential areas of the city as a result of the attack.

Russian war criminals shelled the Kherson region 60 times a day. A civilian was killed in the shooting. This was announced by the head of the Kherson Regional State Administration (RSA) Alexander Prokudin on his Telegram channel on Sunday, April 2.

“Over the past day, the enemy has made 60 attacks, fired 290 shells. The Kherson region is under fire from Russian aviation, Gradov and artillery. The enemy fired at Kherson six times. 26 bullets hit residential areas of the city, private and apartment buildings,” he said.

According to him, there were casualties among the civilian population – one person died, two others were injured.

As already reported, on April 1, in Kherson, one person was killed as a result of shelling, and there was one injured in the village of Kazatsky.

Let’s add that the other day in the Kherson region three people were killed under shelling.

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