Sumy Oblast sustains 114 strikes in one day, with architectural monument damaged

On Sunday, 1 January, the Russians performed 114 strikes on 5 hromadas[an administrative unit designating a town, village or several villages and their adjacent territories – ed.] in Sumy Oblast, damaging an architectural monument, a community arts centre and a village council building.

Source: Dmytro Zhyvytskyi, Head of Sumy Oblast Military Administration, on Telegram

Details: The Russians fired 15 rockets from multiple-launch rocket systems (MLRS) at Esman hromada and delivered a further 15 strikes using tubed artillery.

Hlukhiv hromada: Russian attackers struck the hromada 20 times using MLRS.

The Russian army deployed 120-mm mortars to strike Shalyhyne hromada 11 times. Ten more artillery strikes were also recorded.

Krasnopillia hromada: six Russian mine bombs exploded near the national border.

Bilopillia hromada: the Russians performed two 120-mm mortar attacks, delivering 27 strikes.

Quote: "An architectural monument, the wooden church of St. Barbara, was damaged in the attack. A monument, a community arts centre and a village council building were also damaged."

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