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Part of a high-rise building collapses in Donetsk region after Russian shelling. Photo

The enemy attacked a multi-storey building in Donbass
The enemy attacked a multi-storey building in Donbass

On November 4, the Russian occupation army shelled eight settlements in the Donetsk region. One of the enemy strikes completely destroyed the entrance of a multi-storey residential building.

This was reported by the press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine on Telegram on the morning of Sunday, November 5. According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Russian shelling killed at least one civilian in Donetsk region over the past day.

Apartment building in Donetsk region destroyed by Russian strike
Consequences of the attack

Civilian infrastructure (22 objects) was damaged, including 10 residential buildings, critical infrastructure, and power lines.

"The enemy attacked civilians with aircraft and artillery," the ministry said.

Shelling of Donetsk region on November 4
Enemy fired on eight localities in the region
The front line in the Donetsk region. Map.

As OBOZ.UA reported earlier:

- The head of the press center of the Southern Defense Forces, Natalia Gumenyuk, said that the aggressor country has a sufficient number of missiles for massive attacks on Ukraine. In particular, the occupiers have the potential to simultaneously launch up to 56 Kalibr missiles.

- According to Gumenyuk, the Russian army can significantly increase the number of missile attacks with the onset of winter cold.

- Oleksiy Danilov, Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council, warned that the upcoming winter would not be easy for Ukrainians. So far, Russia continues to gather resources.

- Meanwhile, the Defense Intelligence of Ukraine does not rule out that there will be fewer enemy attacks this winter than last year.

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