Vladimir Putin’s army continues to attack civilian objects: further strikes were carried out at the Kharkiv and Mykolaiv regions

The terrorist actions of the Russian army against the population of Ukraine continue. Last day, January 9, and on the night of January 10, the Russian occupation forces continued shelling Ukrainian settlements. Mykolaiv and Kharkiv regions were the most affected.

The Russians struck the coastal strip of the Ochakiv community and the town of Ochakiv. As a result of yesterday’s shelling, 15 people were injured, including a two-year-old child. Four people were taken to Mykolaiv for treatment. According to preliminary data, windows and roofs of more than 200 residential buildings, administrative buildings, and social infrastructure objects were damaged by the blast wave in Ochakiv. In general, windows and roofs of buildings were damaged in most parts of the city. The explosive wave also damaged roofs and windows in Chornomorska, Kutsurubska and Berezanska communities.

In the Kharkiv region, the Russian army continued to shell the civilian population of the border towns and villages of the Kupyan, Chuguyiv and Kharkiv districts of the region. At approximately 9:00 a.m. on January 9, the Russians launched a rocket attack on the market in the village of Shevchenkove, Kupyan district. As a result of the shelling, two women were killed, 6 more people were injured, and a 10-year-old girl was also wounded — doctors currently assess her condition as medium. During the day, the Russians shelled the settlements of Kupyansk, Strelecha, Dvorichna, Kislivka, Kotlyarivka, etc. A 43-year-old man was injured in Dvorichnaya and was hospitalized.

Every day, the Russian army demonstrates that negotiations with Vladimir Putin are futile, that he deliberately commits genocide against the Ukrainian people and wishes them death. The only chance to end this war is to show Russia all the power and might of the West on the battlefield. To do this, it is necessary to provide Ukraine not only with defensive means, but also offensive ones in the form of modern tanks, combat vehicles and weapons.