Occupiers attack liberated Kupiansk


On the morning of 11 September, Russian occupying forces attacked the right bank of the town of Kupiansk, Kharkiv Oblast, which had been liberated by the Armed Forces of Ukraine, said Vadym Krokhmal, Deputy Head of the Kupiansk City Council.

Source: Krokhmal on the air of 24/7 national newscast

Quote from Krokhmal: "Kupiansk is divided in two parts by the Oskil River. Today, on the right bank, where the city centre is located, the situation is not easy, but it is already controlled by our military.

As for the left bank, there are still some small issues. The clean-up [operation] will continue.

In the morning, the city’s right bank was shelled; they just fired at civilians. There was some shooting from anti-aircraft [missile] systems."

Details: He stressed that the amount of casualties and destruction is still being ascertained.

Background: On 10 September, it became known that the Armed Forces of Ukraine had liberated Kupiansk in Kharkiv Oblast from Russian occupiers.

Read more: Ukrainian Armed Forces continue to mount counteroffensive in Kharkiv Oblast: Information to date

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