Russians launched a rocket attack on Zaporozhye

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Peter Kavinsky

The enemy launched a rocket attack on the city of Zaporozhye.

According to Ukrinform, this was reported in Telegram Chairman of the Zaporozhye OVA Oleksandr Starukh.

“For the time being, we know about the impact of missiles on infrastructure facilities. The information is being clarified,” the statement said.

Also read: Russian troops shelled Kharkiv at night from “Tornadoes”

Before that, Starukh wrote to: Telegram about the consequences of an enemy attack on the village of Grigorovka, Zaporozhye region. In particular, a blast wave from a passenger’s rocket impact caused significant damage to the local gymnasium. There were no casualties.

As already reported, the enemy has attacked civilian infrastructure in the Zaporozhye region over the past day. There are a total of 23 damage reports.

Peter Kavinsky

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