The Investigative Committee of Russia opened new criminal cases against Ukrainian servicemen allegedly for "shelling civilians" in Donbas. This is reported on the site of the Committee.
This time, Ukrainian servicemen were accused of "shelling" Sakhanki, Zaitseve, Vasylivka, Dokuchaevsk, Oleksandrivka, as well as Kuibyshev district of occupied Donetsk.
"As a result of shelling, 10 civilians were injured, houses were destroyed, the City Water Station building of the city of Dokuchaevsk was damaged," declares Russian Federation.
Cases are open under Part 1 of Art. 356 (application of prohibited means and methods of warfare) of the Russian Criminal Code.
We note that these actions of the Russian Federation Council are not taking place for the first time. Earlier, the Russian department repeatedly accused Ukrainian servicemen of "shelling", while opening new criminal cases.
We reported that air power line of Donetsk water filtration plant took damage due to the shelling. This resulted in the shutdown of the facility, Ukraine's State Emergency Service reported.
Avdiivka's local authorities decided that the local residents will get the industrial water from mobile cisterns of the local municipal enterprise.
The restoration works will not be taking place because no safety is guaranteed.
'In case of emergency, the water supply system will be working hourly, using the local storage, which contains up to 4,000 cubic meters of water (it's located in the city); it has enough drinking water to be supplied for four consecutive days. In case there's no water left in the storage tank, the cars will be bringing the water for the locals,' the State Emergency Service reports.