On May 14, Russians shelled the Vovchansk community in the Kharkiv region. As a result, two people were killed.

This was reported by the head of the Kharkiv Regional Military Administration, Oleg Synyehubov.

“Due to enemy shelling that occurred in the city of Vovchansk at 11:55, an 80-year-old woman was killed. A private house caught fire”, he said.

Synyehubov added that an 83-year-old man was killed in the village of Hatyshche due to shrapnel wounds.

“The occupiers continue to use all types of weapons against civilians”, he emphasized.

On May 10, Russian forces began a new wave of attacks in the Kharkiv region. Currently, battles are ongoing in the border areas. Reuters, citing sources in the Armed Forces, reported that Russian troops managed to advance one kilometer inland near Vovchansk, with their goal being to push Ukrainian forces back 10 kilometers into the country.

Civilian population in the Vovchansk community in Kharkiv region has been evacuated.

Later, the General Staff reported that the operational situation on the Kharkiv direction remains complex and dynamically changing, but the occupiers still have tactical success in the battles for Vovchansk.

On May 13, the Regional Military Administration reported that the Russian advance has expanded the “gray zone” in the Kharkiv region.

It was also reported that on May 14, the occupiers advanced in the Vovchansk area in the Kharkiv region. Additionally, the enemy managed to take control of the village of Lukyantsi.

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