The army to stop shelling Russian areas from Ukrainian territory

President Vladimir Putin said the Russian military must stop shelling Russian areas from Ukrainian territory, which he said had left many people homeless or without access to water and electricity, Reuters reported, citing a statement posted on the Kremlin’s website. .

The Russian head of state said during a government meeting that destroyed housing and infrastructure in the affected Russian regions bordering Ukraine must be rebuilt.

“Of course, eliminating the very possibility of shelling is a priority task, but this is already the work of the military department,” he said.

Ukraine does not take responsibility for the strikes on Russian territory, but defines them as “karma” for the Moscow invasion, BTA reported.

Putin named the Russian regions of Belgorod, Bryansk and Kursk as affected by Ukrainian shelling, as well as Crimea, which was annexed by Russia in 2014.

People are facing “acute problems” and need repairs and compensation, the Russian president added.

“Many people found themselves in a difficult situation, they lost their homes and were forced to move in with relatives or in temporary accommodation, they faced interruptions in the water supply,
and electricity,” Putin also said.


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