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In the last 24 hours, the enemy launched three air attacks in Zaporizhzhia, utilizing both drones and artillery

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The enemy army targeted 16 localities in Zaporizhzhia region, unleashing 81 strikes, including three air attacks, as reported by the Zaporizhzhia Regional Military Administration.

According to the statement, Russian military forces conducted 81 strikes on 16 settlements in Zaporizhzhia region. The attacks comprised 5 MLRS strikes on Novoivanivka and Robotyno, 16 UAV attacks on Mala Tokmachka, Levadne, and Pyatikhatky, along with 3 air strikes on Novodarivka.

An additional 57 artillery strikes occurred in Gulyaypol, Robotyno, Levadne, Poltavka, Bilohirsk, Stepnohirsk, Kamianske, Plavni, and other frontline towns and villages.

While three residential buildings were reported destroyed, fortunately, no casualties were reported.

As a reminder, on the night of February 6, Russian occupation forces targeted Zolochiv in the Bohodukhiv district of the Kharkiv region, impacting a hotel. Rescuers successfully retrieved the body of a two-month-old boy born on December 4, 2023, from the rubble of the three-story hotel.

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