Gladkov announced the destruction after the shelling of the village in the Belgorod region by the Armed Forces of Ukraine
The border village of Shchetinovka in the Belgorod region came under fire from the Ukrainian military, there is destruction, the governor of the region Vyacheslav Gladkov said on Sunday.
“The village of Shchetinovka in the Belgorod region is under fire from the Armed Forces of Ukraine. According to preliminary data, there are no casualties,” Gladkov wrote on his Telegram channel.
He also spoke about the damage caused by the attack: the projectile damaged a barn on the territory of an agricultural enterprise and a power line. Emergency and operational services left the scene, the governor added.
According to the data published by Gladkov, the Belgorod region has been under fire for the fourth day in a row. On Saturday, the authorities reported shells falling on the school grounds in the village of Butyrki, Valuysky urban district, and on Friday, March 3, shells damaged private houses and power and gas lines in the villages of Konovalovo and Ustinka. On February 28 and March 2, Ustinka also came under fire, Gladkov wrote. There were no casualties in the attacks this week.
On February 28, Gladkov announced that the region had begun resettlement of citizens living in unsafe regions bordering Ukraine. He also recalled that in total there are more than 3,700 people in the region who left their homes due to shelling by the Ukrainian army.
Now in the Belgorod region there is a high level of terrorist threat. It became the fourth region to set the “yellow” danger level indefinitely. Prior to that, it was installed in the Crimea, Bryansk and Kursk regions.
In addition, since October 19, 2022, the “medium response” regime has been in effect in the Belgorod Region. Such a regime has been established in seven more regions – Crimea, Sevastopol, Krasnodar Territory, Bryansk, Voronezh, Kursk and Rostov regions.