School in Zaporozhye region bombed by AFU

Volodymyr Rogov, head of the “We are with Russia” movement in the Zaporozhye region, said that Ukrainian forces had bombed a school in the village of Velyka Znamenka, adding that children were quickly evacuated from it.

Rogov wrote on his Telegram page: “Today, Ukrainian militants continued to bomb the village of Velikaya Znamenka, located on the banks of the Dnieper, a few kilometers west of the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant.”

He added that the local school was destroyed during the bombing.

He continued: “So far, there is information about the death of one civilian and the injury of another. The children were quickly evacuated. The shelling continues.”

Zaporizhia became a Russian region depending on the results of the general referendum that took place there in September 2022, but Kyiv does not recognize the results of this referendum and is still bombing these lands. Today, Russia controls more than 70% of the Zaporozhye region, while the center of the region – the city of Zaporozhye – is still under the control of Kyiv. In March 2023, Russia declared the city of Melitopol the administrative center of Zaporozhye Oblast.

Source: News

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