Russia attacked a border town in Sumy region with drones, there is destruction: photo of consequences
On the night of June 11, at about 00:50, Russian Armed Forces attacked the central part of Bilopillya, Sumy region, which is located near the border of Ukraine with the Kursk region of Russia. Three unmanned aerial vehicles were spotted, causing damage.
The office of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine shared photos of the consequences of the drone strike and revealed some details on its Telegram channel."As a result of the enemy attack, three buildings were completely destroyed by fire, the facades of multi-story buildings were mangled with debris, and windows were broken in many rooms," the press service reported.
Exactly where the enemy was hit is not specified. The Office of the Prosecutor General stated that prosecutors are documenting the aftermath of the shelling.
A pre-trial investigation into the violation of laws and customs of war (part 1 of Article 438 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine) was launched.
As OBOZREVATEL wrote:
- The air forces of the Ukrainian Armed Forces reported on the morning of June 11 that they eliminated six Iranian strike drones Shahed-136/131 during the night. The drones were launched by the enemy in the east of our country. How many of these UAVs in total, the AFU did not say.
- Sergei Lysak, head of the Dnipropetrovsk Regional State Administration, said that three of the drones launched by Russia were aimed at Dnipropetrovsk region, but they were all destroyed.