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Ukrainian army hits Russian command post outside Mariupol

Dozens of Russians were affected.

Ukrainian army hits Russian command post outside Mariupol
Photo: Petro Andryushchenko

On Monday, 14 August, the Ukrainian Defence Forces attacked a Russian command post located in the Khvylya sanatorium in the village of Yurivka near Mariupol, the Strategic Communications Centre of the Armed Forces of Ukraine has said.

Earlier, Petro Andryushchenko, an adviser to the mayor of Mariupol, said that local residents were not injured, and that the number of affected Russian soldiers "numbers the dozens".

"The occupiers' camp in the Khvylya camp has been hit. Duplet. No local residents were injured, except for the windows. However, the number of [affected] occupiers already numbers the dozens. Just splendid. P.S. the ridiculous Russians first wanted to hush up the fact, then claim all the local people were killed', and finally posted cropped photos," Andryushchenko added.

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