“Shots and density from the enemy are constantly growing. We have the wounded and the dead. The enemy fires from cannon artillery from mortars, MLRS. They fire at civilians. We have seven wounded and two dead in the city,” Yanushevich said.
According to doctors, a 61-year-old woman died from shelling, who received an explosive craniocerebral injury and a wound in both legs, and a 37-year-old man with vascular damage and a neck injury.
Russian troops at night and in the morning on Tuesday, November 22, fired at the de-occupied Kherson. fixed “arrivals” on civil infrastructure.