The 540th day of the Russia’s large-scale armed aggression against Ukraine continues.

Over the past 24 hours, the Russian army has been unsuccessfully advancing in the area of Synkivka, Kharkiv region. The adversary shelled 11 settlements from the air over the day. The General Staff reported this in a statement.

In the Slobozhansky sector, Russian troops carried out air strikes in the areas of Chervona Zoria, Veterytne, Kozacha Lopan, Hatyshche, and Rohan in Kharkiv region. Mortar and artillery shelling was carried out in Vovchansk, Vovchanske Khutory, Okhrimivka, Potikhonove, and Chuhunivka in Kharkiv region.

In the Kupyansk sector, the adversary launched air strikes in the areas of Kupyansk, Petropavlivka, Podil, Tabaivka, Pisky-Radkivsky, and Cherneshchyna in the Kharkiv region. The settlements of Vilshana, Petropavlivka, Cherneshchyna in Kharkiv region were subjected to artillery and mortar shelling by the enemy.

The likelihood of missile and air strikes throughout Ukraine remains high.

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