A 23-year-old man died: how many Nikopol residents were killed and injured by Russian invaders

, 22:32, 28.12.2023
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Nikopol grapples with escalating attacks, leaving thousands of buildings destroyed, lives lost, and martial law measures enforced.

A 23-year-old man died: how many Nikopol residents were killed and injured by Russian invaders

Nikopol is under increasingly fierce attacks every day, with the enemy employing both artillery and insidious drones. On December 28, a man born in 2000 was murdered by the Russians, while a woman born in 1953 suffered injuries from shrapnel and mine explosions. Doctors are providing her with the necessary hospital care, as announced by the head of Nikopol RVA, Yevhen Yevtushenko, in his evening speech.

The number of victims and injuries in Nikopol in 2023 has been disclosed. According to Mayor Oleksandr Sayuk, nearly 5,000 buildings have been damaged and destroyed in Nikopol as of December. These include houses, apartments, and various structures, and unfortunately, their numbers are growing.

As a result of the shelling, 35 inhabitants of Nikopol have lost their lives, and the district is not in dispute. Additionally, 212 people have been injured. Following the enemy fire, 240 buildings and institutions in the city have already been restored, with another 40 set to be completed by the end of the year. Work will continue into the new year of 2024.

Additional martial law measures in the Dnipro region

Furthermore, additional martial law measures have been introduced in the Dnipro and Sinelnytsia Oblasts of the Dnipro Oblast. This announcement was made on the website of the Synelnykiv Municipal Office and the Facebook page of the Novoaleksandriv commune in the Dnipro region.

The corresponding order was implemented in the Dnipro Oblast territory by the Joint Order of the Dnipro Regional Military Administration, Kharkiv Operational Group, Kherson Operational Group, and Zaporozhye Operational Group No. 137/0/13-23/4916/189/442, dated December 18, 2023, as reported on the Novoaleksandriv community page.

According to a document published in Dnipro Oblast:

  • A special entry and exit regime, along with restrictions on the freedom of movement for citizens, foreigners, and stateless persons, as well as on the movement of vehicles, has been introduced.
    Document verification and inspection of personal belongings have been implemented in accordance with the procedure established by the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine dated December 29, 2021, No. 1456.
  • Soldiers of territorial recruitment and social assistance centers have been granted the right to check documents and inspect personal belongings.
    Moreover, a command has been established in the Sinelnikov District, with Yevhen Shknaya appointed as its head, and Oleksandr Shur becoming the commander of the Dnipro Oblast.

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