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Russian forces shell 3 areas in Sumy Oblast, no additional Russian forces deployed near Ukraine’s border

Russian forces shell 3 areas in Sumy Oblast, no additional Russian forces deployed near Ukraine’s border


On Wednesday, 23 November, Russian forces shelled three hromadas in Sumy Oblast [a hromada is an administrative unit designating a city, town, or village and its adjacent territories – ed.]. Russia has not deployed additional units near the Russian-Ukrainian border.

Source: Dmytro Zhyvytskyi, Head of the Sumy Oblast Military Administration, on Telegram

Details: Over the course of 23 November, Russian forces shelled Seredyna-Buda, Khotin and Yunakivka hromadas in Sumy Oblast.

Russian forces deployed 120mm self-propelled artillery systems to attack Seredyna-Buda hromada; its border-adjacent part has been hit 15 times. Two private homes, an outbuilding and a fence were damaged.



The Russians shelled Khotin hromada using artillery and hitting it five times. The shelling caused no damage.

Yunakivka hromada was also hit five times from Russian artillery. There were no casualties.

Russian aircraft conducted several airstrikes on critical infrastructure in Sumy Oblast.

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“As of now, there are no offensive groups or additional units of enemy forces near the border between Sumy Oblast [and the Russian Federation],” Zhyvytskyi stressed.

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