1,091 residents, including 226 children, were evacuated from Kupiansk district. 2,000 people also left on their own, the head of the Kharkiv Regional Military Administration, Oleh Syniehubov, said on ICTV.

“The day before, we evacuated the last five people from the village of Synkivka, where the front line actually lies. In addition, we are recording the facts of families with children returning to the settlements. So we are explaining to them that it is dangerous to do so. So the evacuation continues,” the governor added.

Synkivka in Kupyansk district located at the frontline / Map: deepstatemap.live

The official added that the Kupyansk and Lyman directions remain a priority for Russian troops.

The front line in the Kupyansk and Lyman directions is among the key issues. The current state of affairs is somewhat quieter there, as the Ukrainian Armed Forces caused heavy losses to the Russians. However, the Russian army gathers forces and does not give up its intentions.


Kharkiv said goodbye to volunteers killed by Russian missile attack in Kupyansk. People said goodbye to the volunteers of the NGO Pyatykhatki BAM, who were killed in the shelling on Kupyansk on September 19. The evacuation took place from Kivsharivka near Kupyansk, it was coordinated and the volunteers followed the rules.

The strike killed six civilians, including two women and four men, according to Serhiy Bolvinov, head of the Kharkiv regional police investigation department. On 20 September, the bodies of two dead men were also found.