One person was injured after the village of Sereda in Russia’s Belgorod region was shelled from Ukraine, the regional governor said.
Another village in Russia’s Belgorod region was shelled from Ukraine on Sunday, Governor Vyacheslav Gladkov said. The colony of Sereda is located on the border between the two countries.
One person was injured in the attack, “suffering from a wound by shrapnel”, Gladkov wrote on Telegram, adding that he would receive medical attention.
Sereda made headlines earlier this week when reports on social media emerged claiming the village had been seized by the Ukrainian army. The authorities of the Belgorod region rejected this information as false.
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Since the launch of Moscow’s military operation in Ukraine in late February, many settlements in the southwestern Russian regions of Belgorod, Bryansk and Kursk have been hit from the Ukrainian side.
Moscow has warned that it will strike Ukraine “decision-making centers, including kyiv” if such incidents continue.