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Shelling Mykolaiv region June 23 – One person was killed, there are wounded

As a result of enemy shelling on the evening of June 23, the village of Novonikolaevka Nikolaev region one person died. Four more civilians were injured. About it informed Nikolaev OVA.

According to the report, on the afternoon of June 23, Nikolaev was attacked by three ground-based cruise missiles.

“It hit the industrial and social infrastructure. One civilian was wounded,” the OVA notes.

Also in the morning, June 24, explosions were heard in Nikolaev. The information is being specified.

Shelling of the territory and nearby settlements of the Bereznegovatskaya community continues in the Bashtansky district.

As a result of yesterday’s night shelling of Bereznegovatoe, four residential buildings and utility buildings were damaged. Information about the victims is being specified.

The OVA also reported that on the night of June 23, Russian troops fired on the Shirokovskaya community. The invaders destroyed the warehouses of agricultural enterprises. According to preliminary information, there were no victims.

In addition, yesterday, June 23, at about 20:00, as a result of shelling of the village of Novonikolaevka in the Pervomaisky community, one person was killed and four were injured. The invaders destroyed one house, other houses were damaged.

Shelling was also recorded on the territory of the Parutinsky Starostinsky district of the Kutsurub community. Fortunately, there were no casualties.

“In the morning, June 24, there were shelling of the village of Gorokhovka in the Resurrection community. Fire detected. Information about the consequences is specified. In Voznesensky and Pervomaisky districts, the day and night passed relatively calmly,” the OVA informs.

Read also: The Russians fired seven rockets at Nikolaev, there are dead and injured

Earlier it was reported that the invaders purposefully kill civilians and burn Ukrainian fields. Russian troops again fired at the Nikolaev region. As a result shelling burned more than 80 hectares of wheat.

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