21:52 06 Jun 2023

Russian army strikes in Kharkiv region's ammonia pipeline

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For the second time in two days, the Russian army shelled an ammonia pipeline in the Kupiansk district of the Kharkiv region.

Oleh Synehubov, the Kharkiv Regional Military Administration head, reported this on Telegram.

"Russian terrorists fired at the ammonia pipeline in the Kupiansk district for the second time," the post reads.

According to Synehubov, a total of six hits were recorded in the area of the pumping station near the village of Masiutivka.

"As of now, ammonia in the air has not been recorded; the situation is under control," the head of the Regional Military Administration emphasized.

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On June 5, the Toliatti-Odesa pipeline, which transports ammonia, was damaged in the Kupiansk district of the Kharkiv region as a result of shelling.

An increase in Russian shelling has recently been recorded in the Kharkiv region. In particular, on June 6, the occupiers attacked Balaklia, killing at least one person. Another eight were injured.

At the same time, Synehubov said that the local authorities are now deciding on the forced evacuation of children and adults from border settlements, where the situation with shelling is worsening.

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