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ROSTOV-ON-DON, July 26. /ITAR-TASS/. Only ten residents stayed in the village of Primiusskoye in Kuibyshevo district of Russia’s southern Rostov region after more than 20 shells had exploded there, as all other residents were evacuated from the village, the chief press officer of Rostov regional border department of the Federal Security Service told Itar-Tass on Friday.
In his words, more than 50 Ukrainian shells had exploded in this Russian district.
“Almost all residents of this village were evacuated, around ten people stayed there, as they did not want to leave the village at all. Around 50 people were evacuated,” Vasily Malayev said.
In his words, no people were wounded in shelling, only cattle were killed, the exact number of damaged houses is being specified.
“At first six houses were damaged, but their number may be larger, as not all farmsteads had been examined,” he added.