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Civilian Infrastructure of Kharkiv and Mykolayiv Suffered Most from Russian Shelling

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The largest-scale destruction of civilian infrastructure due to shelling, bombing, and missile strikes by the Russian military has been reported in Kharkiv, Mykolaiv, Bucha district of the Kyiv region, and the Korosten district of the Zhytomyr region.

As the State Emergency Service reports, since the beginning of the war, SES units have left for the scenes about 7,500 times, including about 2,730 cases of elimination of the consequences of attacks launched by Russian troops on populated localities and civilian infrastructure facilities. A total of 382 people were rescued. Pyrotechnists of the State Emergency Service carried out 721 involvements and neutralised 1,454 explosive devices.

Meanwhile, it became known that the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, in cooperation with the Lviv Regional Military Administration (LRMA), will help resolve issues related to the accommodation of internally displaced persons.

According to LRMA Head Maksym Kozytskyi, there is a preliminary agreement with Office representative Karolina Lindholm Billing on the accommodation of temporarily displaced persons on the basis of regional premises.

In addition, the issue of placing temporary tents in the largest four cities of the region and the creation of centers for displaced persons is being considered.

As of today, almost 110,000 refugees, who left their homes due to the war with Russia, have arrived in the Lviv region.

Bohdan Marusyak

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