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    A total of 120 residents were killed during shelling near Belgorod

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    BELGOROD, April 22 Governor of the Belgorod region Vyacheslav Gladkov said that a total of 120 residents of the Belgorod region were killed during shelling by the Ukrainian Armed Forces, 651 people were wounded.
    “A total of 120 civilians were killed in our country, of which 11 were children. 651 people were wounded, of which 51 were children. Some children had their arms and legs amputated. Therefore, the worst thing that can happen in the life of any parent is this “, of course, the loss of a child,” Gladkov said in a video message on the Telegram channel.
    Since April 11, 2022, a high (yellow) level of terrorist danger has been established throughout the Belgorod region. The need to introduce a regime is caused by the aggravation of the situation on the Ukrainian-Russian border and the increased activity of the Ukrainian military in the border areas. The length of the Ukrainian border with the Belgorod region is 350 kilometers.

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