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The invaders fired on the Pechenegs in the Kharkiv region, seven wounded

Russian invaders fired on the village of Pechenegy in the Kharkov region and wounded, according to preliminary data, seven people, including two children.

This was reported in Telegram Chairman of the Kharkiv Regional Military Administration Oleg Sinegubov.

“In the Chuguevsky district, at night, the Russians fired on the village of Pechenegy, a private enterprise was damaged, a fire broke out. The shelling continued in the morning. Destroyed private houses. According to preliminary data, 7 civilians were wounded, including 2 children, the information is being updated,” the chairman of the UVA informed.

According to Sinegubov, on June 22, at about 11 p.m., shelling of the Industrial District was again in Kharkov, and a fire broke out in warehouses. Initially, no one was hurt.

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Also at night, the invaders again fired on the city of Dergachi, where they partially destroyed the office building.

Active hostilities continue on the line of confrontation. In the Kharkiv direction, the enemy is trying to prevent the Armed Forces of Ukraine from reaching the rear of the Russian group operating in the Slavyansk direction.

“The enemy conducted aerial reconnaissance in the areas of the settlements of Bayrak and Rubizhnoye. In the area of ​​Izyum, the enemy is trying to create conditions for the resumption of the offensive in the directions of Izyum-Barvenkovo ​​and Izyum-Slavyansk,” Sinegubov said.

He stressed that the Ukrainian defenders are ready for any actions of the aggressor and hold their positions.

As reported, as a result of shelling by the Russian aggressors during the day on June 22, ten people were killed, ten more were injured. On June 21, 15 people were killed, including an 8-year-old child, and at least 18 people were injured.

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