One civilian killed, another injured in overnight Russian shelling of Borova in Kharkiv Oblast - governor

Nineteen-year-old man killed in Russian attack on Borova village
Nineteen-year-old man killed in Russian attack on Borova village

A 19-year-old man was killed and another 27-year-old civilian was injured in Russian shelling of the village of Borova in the eastern Kharkiv Oblast shortly after midnight on March 31, regional governor Oleh Synehubov reported on Telegram.

The strike, which narrowly missed a gas station, also damaged three cars, two trade pavilions, and the facade of the building.

The Russians are systematically shelling the frontline Kharkiv Oblast, causing widespread damage and devastation.

On March 29, Synehubov said that the newly deployed Russian UMPB D-30SN bombs are capable of targeting any area within the administrative center of Kharkiv.

The enemy recently carried out two airstrikes on Kharkiv's Shevchenko district using these bombs from Su-class aircraft. The UMPB D-30SN, an air-to-surface missile, has been adapted for precision guidance and ground attacks.

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