On March 15-16, Russians shelled at least 14 settlements in Kharkiv Oblast.

Kharkiv Regional Military Administration: Russians shelled Kharkiv city and oblast

  • On March 15-16, the Russian occupiers shelled the city of Kharkiv and the border settlements of the Chuhuiv, Kupiansk, Kharkiv, and Bohodukhiv districts in Kharkiv Oblast.
  • As a result of the S-300 missile strike on Kharkiv on March 15, an educational institution and several cars were damaged. The windows of a residential high-rise building were broken. No casualties have been reported.
  • At least three private residential buildings were damaged in Hatishche in the Chuhuiv district due to the shelling.
  • Seven private houses and infrastructure objects were destroyed by massive shelling in the village of Lemishcheno in the Zolochiv community.
  • On March 15, the State Emergency Service specialists examined about 1 hectare of territory and neutralized another 88 explosive objects.
  • Last week, 60 people were evacuated from the Kupiansk community. All evacuees receive humanitarian aid and free temporary housing.
  • On March 14, a 53-year-old man was injured standing on an explosive object in Vovchyi Yar in the Izium district. He was hospitalized with shrapnel wounds.
  • It is planned to sow 634 thousand hectares during the new sowing period in Kharkiv Oblast. From 800 thousand hectares to 1 million hectares could be planted if there was no war. Seventy-two thousand hectares of field land are still under occupation.
  • On March 16, the transport connection was partly restored for the liberated Vovchansk district.
  • On March 16, energy workers restored the electricity supply for more than 100 consumers in the village of Leshchenka in the Derhachi community. The settlement remained without electricity for a year due to active hostilities.
  • On March 15, the electricity supply was restored for the residents of Maliivka in the Borova community. The Russian military damaged a substation while retreating in September.

Kharkiv City Council: electric transport operation resumed in Kharkiv

  • On March 15, Kharkiv Mayor Ihor Terekhov met with the Honorary Consul of the Republic of Azerbaijan in Kharkiv, Afgan Salmanov. They discussed the possibility of the return of Azerbaijanis to Kharkiv. Salmanov noted the interest in participating in the city rebuilding among Azerbaijan construction companies.
  • On March 16, the city trams operation resumed in Kharkiv. On March 15, the trolleybus operation resumed after the blackout caused by Russian attacks on March 9.

General Staff:

The Russian army unsuccessfully tried to advance near the village of Hryanykivka, which is not far from Dvorichna in Kharkiv Oblast.

Earlier: On March 13-14, Russians shelled at least 12 settlements in Kharkiv Oblast. The enemy attack killed a woman in Vovchansk.

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