During the shelling of Belgorod, three people were killed, two were missing, the UK reported. Earlier, the governor spoke of four dead. The department opened a criminal case on a murder committed by a group of people The Investigative Committee opened a case after the shelling of Belgorod” />
A criminal case has been opened on the fact of the shelling of Belgorod, the Investigative Committee of Russia reported.
“39 private and 11 apartment buildings were damaged, one household was completely destroyed,” The report says.
According to the department, three people died, two more were missing, including a child. Four civilians were injured, including one child. Earlier, Belgorod Governor Vyacheslav Gladkov said that four people were killed— one Russian and three Ukrainians.
The Investigative Committee noted that the investigators intend to identify specific individuals among the Ukrainian security forces involved in the shelling. Cases were initiated under articles on the murder of two or more persons, committed by a group of persons in a generally dangerous way, and an attempt to commit this offense (paragraphs “a”, “f”, “g”, part 2 of article 105, part 3 article 30 of the Criminal Code). As a maximum punishment, the article provides for life imprisonment.
At the request of Roskomnadzor, RBC provides data on the details of the military operation in Ukraine based on information from Russian official sources.
We are talking about the shelling of the city, which occurred on the night of July 3. Gladkov said at night about “a series of loud noises”, suggesting that they were caused by the work of air defense. To the question of a resident of the city about how to sleep peacefully, he replied: “No way.” The governor assured that city services are doing everything in their power.
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The Russian Ministry of Defense later announced a “deliberate strike” in residential areas by Ukrainian forces; the shelling, according to the department, was carried out by Tochka-U missiles; with cluster munitions. Air defense systems shot down the missiles, but their fragments fell on a residential building, the ministry added.
Advisor to the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Anton Gerashchenko said that parts of the Pantsir air defense system, which is in service with the Russian army, were found in Belgorod, but the Armed Forces of Ukraine do not possess them. The government of the Belgorod region called the projectile a fragment of an air defense missile.
The Federation Council called the shelling of Belgorod “a direct act of aggression” from Ukraine. Andrei Klishas, Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on Constitutional Legislation, said that in the absence of a “crushing military response” Russian shelling of the country's cities will continue. “I recognize such logic that we are provoked and, on any possible occasion, they will talk about the harshness and even cruelty of Russia,” — he added.
“These actions of the regime in Kyiv were not just coordinated with its Western curators, but most likely prompted by them. This is being done in order to push us to deliver retaliatory strikes of this kind, and then further spin the anti-Russian hysteria, — said Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova.
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