According to the Ukrainian governor, three people were killed by Russian fire within 24 hours in the Chersonesos region of southern Ukraine. Yesterday, Yaroslav Yanushevich said on Telegram that seven people were injured. Russian forces bombed Chersonesos and other parts of the region 42 times in 24 hours.
Ukrainian forces liberate the regional capital, located on the western bank of the Dnipro River, in mid-November after months of Russian occupation. Since then it has come under fire from the Russian forces, who have retreated to the eastern bank.
The administration installed by the Russian occupying power in the Chersonese region announced that it would transfer people with limited mobility from the city of Kakhovka to safety. This should start today, she said in a post on Telegram.
Ukraine strikes a Russian fuel depot
Yesterday, a missile attack by Ukrainian forces hit a fuel depot in Shakhtarsk, Donbass. Mayor Alexander Chateau of the pro-Russian administration there said several people were injured, Russia’s state news agency TASS reported. “The tank farm was bombed, unfortunately there are casualties.”
No information was received about the effects of the two rockets hitting the camp. According to the Russian account, the Ukrainian armed forces used HIMARS missile launchers in the attack. The information cannot be verified.
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