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105 of the Criminal Code of Russia," the message says.

The necessary examinations have been appointed, the circumstances of the crime are being established, and persons from among the Ukrainian security forces involved in the shelling are being identified.

On the night of July 3, Kyiv launched a deliberate strike with Tochka-U missiles with cluster munitions and Tu-143 drones on residential areas of Belgorod and Kursk.

Air defense forces shot down all three missiles fired at Belgorod, fragments of one of them fell on a residential building in the city.

According to the governor of the Belgorod region Vyacheslav Gladkov, four people died as a result of the missile attack: three citizens of Ukraine and one citizen of Russia.