Ukraine says 20 civilians killed in Russian shelling of convoy in late Sept. By Reuters

KYIV (Reuters) – Ukraine’s SBU safety service stated on Saturday 20 civilians had been killed in Russian shelling of a civilian convoy within the “gray zone” between Russian-controlled and Ukrainian-controlled territory in japanese Ukraine in late September.

In an announcement, it stated that seven automobiles had been hit within the shelling between occupied Svatove in Luhansk area and Ukrainian-held Kupiansk which Kyiv recaptured within the Kharkiv area final month.

Russian-installed officers in Ukraine’s east accused Kyiv on Thursday of shelling a convoy of refugees being evacuated from the Kharkiv area and killing round 30 civilians, Russian state media reported.

It was not instantly clear in the event that they had been referring to the identical convoy.

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