(Reuters) -Two people were injured in shelling of a village in Russia’s Belgorod region bordering Ukraine, the region’s governor, Vyacheslav Gladkov, said on Monday in a post on social media.
Officials in southern Russian regions have in the past few weeks reported cases of what they said was cross-border shelling that damaged residential buildings, although reports of civilians sustaining injures have been rare.
Gladkov said some homes were damaged in the latest shelling, without providing further details. He said earlier on Monday that four homes and a car had been damaged in the shelling of another village.
(Reporting by Reuters; editing by Jonathan Oatis and Cynthia Osterman)