Eight shells fired on Ukrainian territory land near Russian village - Border Guard Dept

Russian border guards on Monday found eight craters near a village in Rostov region that had been formed by shells fired from Ukrainian territory, Russia's Border Guard Department said.

Russian border guards on Monday found eight craters near a village in Rostov region that had been formed by shells fired from Ukrainian territory, Russia's Border Guard Department said.

The shells exploded 3 kilometers from the border and 500 meters from Yekaterinovka village, the department said in a statement.

None of the local population or border guards were hurt, it said.

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