It is hard to keep up with the catalogue of terror and war crimes perpetrated by the Russian Army in Ukraine against civilians. But records need to be kept so that ultimately the criminals responsible are brought to justice and punished.
On 29 June the Russian army launched about 10 rockets at Mykolaiv and the region, as a result of which 5 civilians died and 5 were wounded. Among the dead was a 6-year-old girl, her body was removed from the rubble of a destroyed house in the city of Ochakiv. Searching and rescue work continues. The house was destroyed by a modified X55 missile.
In addition to a residential building, a garage cooperative was also destroyed by the Russian invaders causing 11 garages and 9 cars tom be burned to the ground. Also under fire were a recreation centre, port and industrial infrastructure.
As a result of cluster shelling of Lysychansk on the same day, more than 20 citizens were injured. Among the wounded were children aged 14 and 15. The situation in Lysychansk is similar to what happened in Severodonetsk a little over a month ago, at the beginning of the assault on the city. The Russian army continues its offensive in the direction of Vovchoyarivka – Verkhnokamianka, trying to surround Lysychansk. Zolotarovka, Vovchoyarivka and Lysychansk were all under fire.
Enemy strategic aircraft attacked the Odessa region with an air-launched X-31 missile. The missile was fired from a Tu-22 aircraft towards the Black Sea. As a result of the precise work of the air defence forces, the missile was destroyed over the fields of the Odessa region.
Again on the same day, as a result of enemy shelling in the Izium region, 1 civilian was killed and 1 woman was injured. In the afternoon, 4 civilians were injured in the Chuhuiv region, among them an 11-year-old girl. Also this afternoon, the Russian army attacked the Zolochiv community of the Kharkiv region. The invaders targeted a brick factory and a private house. The production and outbuildings of the brick factory in Zolochiv were destroyed by rocket attacks. There were no dead or wounded.