Russia opens criminal proceedings after Ukraine reports shelling
Russia opens criminal proceedings after Ukraine reports shelling

After "Ukrainian paramilitaries" shelled the border area of the Rostov region, Russia's Investigative Committee claimed it had opened a criminal case against an attempted murder.

Unidentified people on Ukrainian territory assaulted the border area of the Rostov region with a multiple launch rocket system from 5 a.m. to 6 a.m. on Saturday, according to the Committee. There were no civilian injuries recorded, and an inquiry is underway. Explosions have been reported near the Rostov region's border, as a big number of refugees fled Ukraine's Donbas to Russia to avoid a possible war.

Russian President Vladimir Putin instructed the acting director of the emergency ministry to go to the Rostov region as soon as possible to organise on-the-ground operations to provide refugees with refuge, hot meals, and other necessities, including medical treatment. Sputnik reported that the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry refuted the accusation, stating Kiev has carried out no such attacks, hours after the shelling was reported.

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