🔻Numerous air-rais sirens were recorded throughout Ukraine at night. Despite this, the night was relatively calm in most regions.
Fighting continued in the Bucha district. There were shellings in Hostomel, Dmytriv, Bucha, Makariv communities, and Irpen. There were shelling and fighting in the settlements along the Zhytomyr highway. Information on the destruction and casualties is being clarified.
At night there was heavy artillery shelling of Chernihiv. Information on the destruction and casualties is being clarified.
In Kharkiv, long-range shelling of the city by occupiers continued at night. Active fighting continues in the direction of Izium. The Armed Forces shot down a fighter aircraft and a drone.
The occupiers inflicted artillery and airstrikes on all cities. The Armed Forces repulsed 4 attacks. The shelling caused significant damage and fires. In the morning, the Russians launched a missile strike on Lysychansk. The number of victims is still unknown.
At night the occupiers carried out heavy shelling of Avdiivka, Marinka, and Krasnohorivka. In the morning, an airstrike was launched on Novomykhailivka and Marinka.
Around 7:00 am, the occupiers launched artillery shelling around the Marinka Military-Civil Administration. There are significant destructions and fires. Numerous destructions from previous shellings were also recorded in Avdiivka.
The situation in Mariupol remains unchanged: blockade and street fights. More than 100,000 people remain in the city.
At night the Russians struck 3 blows at industrial facilities in the region. The fires have already been localized by the SES. Information about the victims is being verified.
The night was relatively calm. Rescue works after the missile strike on the Mykolaiv regional administration proceed. Some settlements of the region remain without electricity and gas.
There were strong explosions and shelling across the region. Beryslav and Kakhovka districts suffered the most. Locals report destroyed infrastructure and residential buildings. There are also casualties among the civilian population. The information is being clarified.
Source: Center for Strategic Communications and Information Security