Russian attacks on Sumy Oblast: Over 200 explosions in one day cause damage to houses and equipment

Russian forces fired on border areas and settlements of Sumy Oblast 25 times over the past day, with 211 explosions recorded.

Source: Sumy Oblast Military Administration on Telegram

Details: The hromadas of Putyvl, Velyka Pysarivka, Yunakivka, Bilopillia, Krasnopillia, Khotin and Seredyna-Buda came under fire. [A hromada is an administrative unit designating a city, town, or village and its adjacent territory – ed.]

Russian forces deployed mortars (11 explosions) to attack Putyvl hromada. Three private residential buildings and two tractors were damaged in one of the attacks.

In Bilopillia hromada, the attacks involved mortars (8 explosions), artillery (8 explosions),  and automatic grenade launchers (35 explosions). They also launched unguided aerial missiles from a helicopter (6 explosions) and again shelled local settlements from artillery (5 explosions).

In Krasnopillia hromada, Russian forces dropped one explosive device from a UAV. There were also attacks from an FPV kamikaze drone (1 explosion), which caused damage to vehicles on a pig farm. In addition, Russian forces opened fire with artillery (7 explosions), mortars (16 explosions) and AGS grenade launchers (25 explosions).

Russian forces deployed artillery (4 explosions), mortars (23 explosions) and AGS grenade launchers (5 explosions) to attack Khotin hromada. They also dropped two explosive devices from a UAV (2 explosions) and launched attacks using an FPV kamikaze drone (1 explosion).

Yunakivka hromada came under artillery shelling (8 explosions).

A mortar attack (10 explosions) was recorded in Seredyna-Buda hromada, resulting in damage to two administrative buildings.

Russian forces attacked Velyka Pysarivka hromada with anti-tank grenade launchers (4 explosions), AGS grenade launchers (18 explosions) and mortars (8 explosions).

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