In Mykolaiv region, 80 people wounded from enemy attacks in the past 24 hours: there are deceased
In the Mykolaiv region, in the past 24 hours, 80 people, among them, two children are wounded
The Head of the Mykolaiv regional state administration Vitalii Kim announced it, Rubryka reports.
According to him, there are also casualties after an airstrike on a school in the area on March 13.
"The situation is stable. Fighting is going on in two directions. There have been shellings of the city. 80 people have been wounded in the past 24 hours. Two children. There are still people killed after the school bombings.
It's calmer today. We pushed them away from the city.
I think our people are getting used to this: bad people are throwing bombs, and we're just living our lives, planning how to get them out of here and defend their city," Kim said.
The head also noted that "it isn't possible to be 101% sure, but 99% is possible" that Mykolaiv will restrain the enemy.
"We have the Pivdennyi Buh River, which needs to be forced to move further to the western part of the region and Ukraine. We have a very good location for the bridges. We will not give the bridges to the occupiers. They will have to force," he said.
"We are now also taking everything into account. We are calculating another line of defense. And we will plan counterattacks," the head of the region added.
Kim also noted that he and the mayor of Mykolaiv were sent text messages to the press, but they did not respond.
As Rubryka reported, on March 13 the aircraft of the Russian occupiers bombed the school premises in one of the settlements of the Mykolaiv region therefore people found themselves under blockages.