Russia again hit Nikolaev, missiles hit two universities. Video

On the night of July 15, the Russian military fired again at Nikolaev, rockets hit two universities in the city, one of them is a shipbuilding university. This was announced by the head of the regional administration Vitaly Kim on his Twitter page and Telegram channel.

He published a video of a rocket hitting one of the universities. According to him, at least 10 missiles were fired at Nikolaev today.

“Now they are attacking our education. I ask the universities of all democratic countries to declare Russia for what it really is - terrorist."

Mayor of Nikolaev Alexander Senkevich also reported more than ten powerful explosions.

Russian military commissar-propagandist Andrey Rudenko posted a video of the strike from Kim's Twitter on his Telegram channel with the following caption: “It feels like the half-measures are coming to an end. And we start to really hit. On the frames of Nikolaev.

On July 14, the Ukrainian authorities reported an attack on the center of Vinnitsa by Russian Caliber cruise missiles launched from a submarine in the Black Sea. According to the latest data, the death toll from the rocket attack on Vinnitsa has risen to 23 people, including three children. More than 100 people were injured and turned to hospitals for help. The Russian Ministry of Defense explained the missile attack on Vinnitsa by the fact that "Nazis" were allegedly based in the local House of Officers. The response of the department was published in her Telegram channel by the head of the RT channel Margarita Simonyan. July 15 in Vinnitsa and the region was declared a day of mourning.

Since the first day of the war, the Russian side has been claiming that it is only attacking the military infrastructure of Ukraine. In fact, it regularly shells civilian targets. So on July 3, the Russian military attacked Slavyansk. The mayor of the city, Vadim Lyakh, said that it was "the largest shelling of the city in recent times." Also, Russia regularly attacks Nikolaev. According to the mayor of the city Alexander Senkevich, during the war, Russian troops caused damage to Mykolaiv in the amount of 633 million hryvnias ($21.4 million).

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