The village of Markovo and the village of Tyotkino in the Kursk region have again become targets of artillery strikes by the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the governor of the region, Roman Starovoit, said. In his Telegram channel, he posted photos depicting the consequences of the shelling.
“This morning began again with artillery shelling of the border settlements of the Glushkovsky district. Hits were recorded in the village of Markovo, shells are exploding again in the village of Tyotkino,” the head of the region wrote.
On July 3, Starovoit reported that the Ukrainian Armed Forces had fired on the village of Tyotkino located near the border with Ukraine. He published pictures with broken windows of residential buildings, perforated roofs and fences.
Starovoit clarified that no one was injured as a result of the actions of the Ukrainian army, and added that the Russian military suppressed the enemy’s attack with return fire.
Several more houses in Tyotkino were damaged as a result of an attack by Ukrainian forces on July 1. The head of the region then said that there were no casualties.