On January 10, the Russian troops once once again struck the border territories of Sumy and Chernihiv locations, northern Ukraine. A total of 42 strikes ended up recorded.
“The enemy army continues firing mortars and artillery at the border settlements of Chernihiv and Sumy areas,” the Operational Command “North” posted on Telegram.
From 11:50 to 12:45, 21 strikes ended up recorded, presumably launched from a 120mm mortar, in the area of Senkivka settlement. No military personnel or civilian casualties were noted. Navy devices and civilian infrastructure were not harmed.
From 14:15 to 14:25, 21 strikes had been recorded, presumably released from tube artillery, in the area of Kucherivka settlement. No military services personnel or civilian casualties were noted. Navy machines and civilian infrastructure ended up not damaged.
On January 9, the commander of the troops of the operational command “North”, Major Standard Viktor Nikoliuk, checked the circumstance on Russia–Ukraine border in Chernihiv location.
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