Individual muscovite strikes on the northern outskirts of Kharkiv continue. There were no “traditional” midnight missile strikes on the city. The city has continued free use of public transport. Only a limited number of public transport vehicles are running, since a significant portion of the trams have been damaged, and passenger traffic in the metro has declined. The current daily ridership is 110,000, compared with almost half a million during the COVID quarantine. Work is underway in Pivnichna Saltivka to reconnect houses to the gas supply. Gas supply in the Malodanilivka Hromada, where the gas pipeline was damaged, has also been restored, and work is underway to reconnect the Derhachi gas supply. The occupiers and collaborators in the occupied territories are looking for teachers who will start using muscovite school programs in September. The occupiers have appointed a moscovia citizen as a gauleiter of the occupied Balakliya.
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Muscovites continued striking Kharkiv throughout the day, one shell at a time. The northern suburbs are suffering again. The shelling didn’t cause any fires in the city, but there were people who were wounded. Shelling and fighting continue in the northern suburbs. The battle for Kharkiv is not over yet, and the security situation isn’t durable. However, two tram routes were launched in Kharkiv. Losses from a missile strike In Lozova, Kharkiv region, are being assessed, and they are huge.
Shelling of the city continues. The strikes are infrequent, hitting the northern outskirts. The northern suburbs are suffering more attacks, resulting in many fires. There are dead and wounded. Fighting continues to the north of the city. The muscovites want to regain lost ground, especially on the Lyptsi side. There was a powerful rocket strike on Lozova, where the palace of culture was destroyed and people were wounded. Kharkiv is restoring utilities, preparing to relaunch the subway.
The northern outskirts of Kharkiv were shelled today. Shelling of the northern suburbs continues as well. There are wounded and dead. Shelling also continues in the eastern suburbs and other areas, such as Lozivska, Balakliyska, and Shevchenkivska hromadas.
The shelling of Kharkiv resumed today. The strikes were few, but they did happen. The muscovites shelled different parts of the city. At night, they attacked Selyshche Zhukovskoho. Residential houses, Kharkiv Aviation Institute buildings, the fire department, and cars were damaged. The muscovites are targeting educational institutions and State Emergency Service units. Our team of civilian infrastructure destruction documentarians has written about this before. During the day, the ruscists fired on Saltivka and Pyatykhatky, injuring three people. In the evening, there were strikes in the northern outskirts of Kharkiv.
Two weeks after the start of the journey, the package with 10 helmets and two flags of Croatia and Slovenia reached its destination in Kharkiv. Since most MMIC members here had already got their helmets, we decided to share 8 helmets with civilian volunteers who provide humanitarian aid to people in the most war-affected areas of Kharkiv city and region.
There weren’t any strikes of Kharkiv itself today, but the muscovites continue shelling areas to the north of the city. Pechenihy, near Chuhuiv was struck again, as well as Merefa. Fighting continues north of the city; the muscovite resistance is strong. Similarly, fighting is ongoing in the southeast.