President’s Office: Six people killed in shelling of Kherson region

President’s Office: Six people killed in shelling of Kherson region

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"The Russians hit Stanislav village with MLRS. As a result, two people were killed and one person was injured. Five private residential buildings were destroyed and damaged," Head of the President's Office Andriy Yermak posted on Telegram.

Also, according to him, "as a result of the shelling of Shyroka Balka, three adults were killed – two men and a woman – as well as a child under two years old. Another child, a 12-year-old boy, was taken to the hospital."

Minister of Internal Affairs Ihor Klymenko wrote on Telegram that a local resident was killed in the enemy artillery shelling of Shyroka Balka, as well as "a family: husband, wife and their daughter who is only 23 days old. A 12-year-old son was hospitalized in serious condition. The child's condition is critical."

In Stanislav, the minister noted, 12 hits were recorded. Two men were killed. Another woman is injured.

"Terrorists will never voluntarily stop killing civilians. Terrorists must be stopped. By force. They do not understand anything else," Klymenko emphasized.

As reported, the Russians launched 61 strikes on Kherson region over the past day. Three people were injured.

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