Russia injures 15 civilians in shelling of Kherson region
On June 1, Russian troops shelled Kherson and the region, as a result of which 15 people received injuries of varying degrees of severity.
Under the procedural leadership of the Kherson and Beryslav District Prosecutor's Offices, a pre-trial investigation has been initiated in criminal proceedings on the fact of violation of the laws and customs of war.
On June 1, the Russian military once again attacked Kherson and populated areas of the region.
About 15 people were injured in the shelling in the Kherson and Beryslav districts. The data is being verified.
Authorities emphasized that residential buildings, farm buildings, and a store were damaged.
The head of the joint press center of the South operational command, Nataliya Gumeniuk, informed that Russian troops have returned to the tactics of using guided aerial bombs.
Berislavsky and Kherson districts suffer the most from shelling suffer the most from Russia's shelling.