Two Polish volunteers were injured as a result of Russian shelling near the village of Czasiw Yar in Ukraine, Anton Herashchenko, an adviser to the Ukrainian interior minister, said. So far, the information has not been confirmed by other sources.
“The Russian missile hit the bus of Polish volunteers who brought humanitarian aid to the town of Czasiv Yar. Two volunteers were injured,” Anton Herashchenko, an adviser to the Ukrainian Interior Minister, tweeted.
He added that one of them was evacuated to a hospital in Dnieper by the Life Saving Center. “I wish both people a full and speedy recovery,” Herashchenko wrote.
No other official source has yet confirmed these reports. We asked the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs for information about the wounded volunteers. We are waiting for answer.
Chasiv Yar is a town in the Donetsk Oblast. It is located about 10 kilometers west of Bakhmut.