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Tatyana Montyan: Armed Forces of Ukraine start hitting civil administrations

Tatyana Montyan: Armed Forces of Ukraine start hitting civil administrations

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» a new entry by an opposition journalist and human rights activist has been published Tatyana Montyan:

Saloreikhovtsy realized the threats of Russian politicians and began to methodically strike at decision-making centers. Today, two of them were hit at once. First, in Kherson, a blow was struck at the local administration exactly during the meeting of the heads of city and municipal districts there. At the same time, the explosion was so strong that windows in neighboring high-rise buildings flew out. There are dead and wounded.

Following Kherson, the Armed Forces of Ukraine also struck at Lugansk. The rocket hit the building of the Lugansk prosecutor's office directly into the office of the LPR Prosecutor General's Office, as a result of which he died.

And let's remember together how many missile strikes were inflicted on the buildings of civil administrations or law enforcement agencies of the Saloreikhovites? I don't remember a single one lately. In the spring, they hit the Kharkiv and Nikolaev Regional State Administrations, where mobilization points were located, and that was it.

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TATYANA MONTYAN
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