Russians shelled 17 settlements in Donetsk region in one day, killing and wounding

In the Donetsk region, troops of the Russian Federation are shelling 17 settlements a day, there are casualties.

Ukrinform reports this National Police of Ukraine.

“Police of the Donetsk region documented 29 Russian war crimes in one day. The occupiers carried out fire attacks on 17 settlements, killing and wounding civilians,” the report said.

The Russian army carried out seven fire attacks on Avdiivka. Bakhmut, Kramatorsk, Kurakhovo, the village of Velikaya Novoselka, Ocheretino, Pivnichnoye, the villages of Kamenka, Veseloye, Vodyanoye, Severnoye, Lastochkino, Thin, Maksimilyanovka, Georgievka, Karlovka, Petrovka were also defeated.

the Russians hit the civilian population of the MLRS “Grad”, “Hurricane”, artillery, mortars and rockets. Four residential buildings, a gas station and a car dealership were damaged.

Four rocket attacks on Kramatorsk were recorded. Russian shells hit the infrastructure. According to preliminary data, no injuries were reported.

From the MLRS “Grad”, Russian troops attacked the village of Georgievka, Maryinsky community and killed a man. Artillery shelling killed civilians in Kurakhovo and the village of Petrovka in the Toretsk community.

Shelling does not stop in Bakhmut either. As a result of enemy hits, civilians were killed and injured, two private houses were damaged. People were injured in Maksimilyanovka and Avdeevka.

The police and the SBU initiated criminal proceedings under Article 438 (violation of the laws and customs of war) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.

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With the help of the police, another 92 people were evacuated, since the beginning of the mandatory evacuation, more than 30,800 people, including 4,646 children, 1,882 people with disabilities.

As Ukrinform reported, in the past day, on November 21, the Russian army killed four residents of the Donetsk region and wounded four others.

By Peter Kavinsky

Peter Kavinsky is the Executive Editor at