Damage to infrastructure was reported in Gorlovka due to shelling by the Ukrainian Armed Forces 18:10

Civilian infrastructure facilities were damaged as a result of the bombing of the village of Solidarnost in the DPR. In this respect reported Mayor of Gorlovka Ivan Prikhodko.

“As a result of the armed attack by the UFU (armed formations of Ukraine), civilian infrastructure facilities in the village of Solidarnost (Kalininsky district of Gorlovka) were damaged,” he said.

Before that the Ukrainian army shots were fired Gorlovka city of Donetsk, as a result of which many civilians were injured. Prikhodko announced that two streets of the city (Chkalov and Gottwald) came under attack by the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU). In this regard, the local government chairman called on citizens to shelter in their homes and be careful.

The night before, the governor of the Belgorod region reportedIt was stated that unmanned aerial vehicles belonging to the Ukrainian Armed Forces dropped explosives on two trucks in the village of Glotovo. According to him, two people were injured due to the actions of Ukrainian troops.

Formerly Armed Forces of Ukraine shots were fired Donetsk, Makeevka and Gorlovka with NATO shells.

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Source: Gazeta

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