Russian village shelled by Ukrainian forces, Moscow vows retaliation
The regional governor of Russia's Belgorod region announced that Ukraine had shelled the village of Sereda and injured one.
One person was injured after the village of Sereda in Russia's Belgorod Region was bombarded by Ukraine.
According to Regional Governor Vyacheslav Gladkov, another town in Russia's Belgorod Region was bombarded by Ukraine on Sunday. The Sereda village is located on the two nations' border.
Gladkov wrote on Telegram that one person was "suffering a shrapnel wound," adding that he is receiving medical care.
Sereda made news earlier this week when rumors circulating on social media claimed that the village had been taken over by Ukrainian forces. The Belgorod Region's authorities denounced the allegations as fake.
Numerous communities in Russia's southwestern provinces of Belgorod, Bryansk, and Kursk have been attacked from the Ukrainian side since the start of the war.
Russia has warned Ukraine of hitting “decision-making centers, including Kiev” if these attacks continue.