150 inhabitants of Sumy region are still in Russian captivity
According to the Head of the Sumy Regional Military Administration Dmytro Zhyvytskyi:
- More than 150 residents of Sumy region are still in enemy captivity.
- 135 civilians, eight children among them, have died in the 100 days of the war in Sumy region.
- More than 300,000 people left Sumy Region during the war, most of them left through humanitarian corridors.
- Almost 200,000 have already returned home in Ukraine.
Currently, Sumy region is constantly shelled from abroad with mortars and aircraft. Eight communities along the border with Russia have been identified as a war zone. There is no evacuation, but the shelling is recorded daily, sometimes with human casualties.
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