In the Sumy region, the invaders fired at the cemetery

Under the biggest enemy blow was the village of Miropolye.

More than 10 graves were smashed to pieces at the local cemetery / photo Dmitry Zhivitsky

In the village of Miropolye in the Sumy region as a result of massive enemy shelling in the morning, graves in the cemetery were broken, power lines and several households were damaged.

This was announced by the chairman of the Sumy Regional Military Administration Dmitry Zhivitsky in Telegram.

“Today, Miropolye was under attack … The Russians opened fire on the residential areas of the village from half past five in the morning. More than 10 graves in the local cemetery were smashed to smithereens. Power lines along several streets were damaged, electrical pylons were knocked down. At least 5 households suffered significant damage. windows were broken, roofs and fences were smashed, garages and equipment were smashed,” he said.

According to Zhivitsky, several houses were pierced through with debris from enemy shells: walls, doors, and heating systems were pierced. A local farmer’s hayloft completely burned down, where everything was prepared for the winter for animals. The Russians shot him on purpose, the chairman noted.

Zhivitsky added that emergency services are working, today the power supply will be restored.

“Interruptions with mobile communications in the community are temporary,” he said.

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As UNIAN reported, on the morning of July 31, the Russian invaders shelled the Sumy region from mortars and artillery – more than 50 arrivals were recorded.

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