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Russian occupation forces open fire on Hranitne, damaging households, power lines.

In Donetsk region, Russian invaders shelled the village of Hranitne, damaging residential buildings and power grids.

That’s according to the head of the local military-civil administration, Volodymyr Veselkin, Ukrinform reports.

"Russian occupation forces have been shelling the village of Hranitne throughout the night and until 10:00 this morning, using 120 mm munitions. Five households were damaged, as well as power grids. Fortunately, there are no victims," Veselkin wrote.

Read also: OSCE observers elaborate on blocking of patrolling in occupied Donetsk

He urged local residents villagers to stay at home, for their own safety.

As Ukrinform reported earlier, over the past 24 hours, a serviceman with the Joint Forces sustained a gunshot wound, while another was injured by an explosive device.

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