the Belgorod region, bordering Ukraine, suffered dozens of artillery fire – RT in French

The Russian region of Belgorod, bordering Ukraine, has suffered dozens of artillery fire in the past 24 hours, said the governor of this territory shaken at the start of the week by an armed incursion.

On Telegram, Vyacheslav Gladkov, governor of the Russian region of Belgorod, indicated that the village of Kozinka, in the district of Grayvoron, where the incursion claimed by two groups from Ukraine took place, had been hit by 132 shells mortars and cannons.

Several buildings in the area were damaged, according to the governor, who said there were no casualties. The region is regularly hit by fire attributed by Moscow to the Ukrainian army, and sometimes fatal, but it is rarely so sustained.

Vyacheslav Gladkov said the Belgorodsky district, which surrounds the regional capital Belgorod, was hit by 14 shots, including from drones, one of which dropped a bomb on an administrative building, damaging its roof and smashing the windows.

According to this source, 12 shots hit the district of Volokonovsky, bordering the Ukrainian region of Kharkiv, and artillery and drone attacks that of Krasnoyarsky, bordering the Ukrainian region of Sumy.

The district surrounding the locality of Chebekino was hit by 35 shots, still according to the governor, including mortar shells, artillery and a drone attack against an agricultural enterprise which killed an animal.

The Russian authorities were confronted on May 22 and 23 in the Belgorod region with the largest incursion of fighters from Ukraine since the beginning of the conflict.

One of the two organizations that claimed responsibility for the incursion, the “Russian Freedom” Legion, said it had two killed and ten wounded in its ranks during the attack. Moscow claimed to have killed “more than 70” attackers. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said at the time that kyiv was trying to distract from its defeat in Bakhmout.

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