One person died as well as three even more were injured in southwestern Russia as an outcome of an assault from Ukraine, the governor of Belgorod stated on Wednesday.
“As of currently, one person shed his life, he passed away in an ambulance, and there are 3 injured,” the governor of the southwestern region of Belgorod, Vyacheslav Gladkov, stated on messaging app Telegram.
He stated it was the “most tight spot” in his region given that Russian President Vladimir Putin sent troops right into Ukraine on Feb. 24.
Gladkov accused Ukraine of targeting the town of Solokhi, including that house was partially damaged.
The news began the 77th day of Russia’s army campaign in Ukraine, which has left thousands dead.
Authorities in Russian areas surrounding Ukraine have consistently implicated Ukrainian pressures of releasing strikes.
In April, Gladkov claimed Ukrainian helicopters accomplished a strike on a fuel storage facility in Belgorod.