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The Russians shelled four districts of the Sumy region

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In total, 42 “arrivals” were recorded at the borders of the Sumy region over the past day.

Russian troops shelled four massifs of the Sumy region in the past day. The invaders fired rockets, self-propelled guns and mortars. This was announced on Monday, September 26, by the chairman of the OVA of the Sumy region, Dmitry Zhivitsky.

He said that one of the affected communities was Shalyginskaya. The Russians fired six missiles at it from a helicopter.

“The power lines were damaged. Following this, the Russians also fired from mortars and fired from artillery. Previously, the enemy used cannon artillery – about 11 explosions. There were also six explosions from a grenade launchers and about 20 machine-guns and automatics exploded,” Zhivitsky said.

In addition, the Russians fired the settlements of Krasnopolskaya, Belopolskaya, Seredino-Budskaya.

“Krasnopolskaya bulk: in the morning, the Russians fired most of the self-propelled guns. In the evening there was another shelling.

In the community of Belopolskaya from the territory of the Russian Federation there is an “arrival” from a mortar.

Seredino-Budskaya community: the Russians fired mortars,” he said.

Zhivitsky noted that there were no casualties.

Earlier, as a result of another strike by the Russian occupiers in Nikolaev, multi-storey and private houses were damaged, as well as the water supply.

Recall that the previous Russian aggressors attacked Odessa again with the help of Iranian Shahed-136 drones. One such drone was shot down by fighters of the Armed Forces of Ukraine near Nikolaev.

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Source: korrespondent

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