On April 23, the occupiers fired at a village school in Kizomys, noted the head of the Kherson RMA.
On April 23, Russian occupying forces shelled a village school in Kizomys, Kherson region.
Oleksandr Prokudin, the head of the regional military administration (RMA), published a video of the destruction on Facebook.
"The building was seriously damaged - windows were broken, walls and roof were damaged," wrote the head of the RMA. "In addition to the school, two dozen buildings, a gas pipeline and a police car were also damaged. Two peaceful women were injured."
According to Prokudin, in general, since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation, the occupiers have destroyed or damaged more than 200 educational institutions in the Kherson region - schools, universities, kindergartens.
The head of the Kherson RMA added that on April 24, the Russians shelled Kizomys again - they hit a private house with artillery.
As a result of the Russian attack, a 35-year-old man was wounded, Prokudin noted.
Russian occupiers captured Kherson and almost the entire Kherson region at the beginning of the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation into Ukraine, in February - March 2022. In November, the defense forces of Ukraine liberated the right-bank part of the Kherson region, together with the regional center, from the Russian occupiers.
After that, the Russians began systematically shelling Kherson and other liberated settlements in the region.