Since February 24, in Nikolaev, as a result of Russian shelling, 680 private houses have been damaged, of which 69 cannot be restored, and about 500 high-rise buildings.
This was reported in Telegram Mayor of Mykolaiv Oleksandr Senkevich, Ukrinform reports.
“In total, since the beginning of the full-scale war in Nikolaev, 680 private houses have been damaged, of which 69 cannot be restored. About 500 high-rise buildings were also damaged,” the mayor wrote.
He also released a video of the consequences of shelling a residential area of the city.
As Ukrinform reported, police recorded more than 70 damaged houses as a result of shelling by Russian troops in Mykolaiv on July 31.
An ambulance hospital, damaged as a result of shelling by Russian troops on the night of August 1, will temporarily not work in the city.