Mykolaiv authorities promise $100 bounty for info on Russian artillery fire spotters in the region

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The chief of the Mykolaiv Military and Civilian Administration, Vitaliy Kim, has published a contact email address and step-by-step instructions on how to prepare and submit a report.

The Russian troops attack the city almost every day using artillery, rockets, and missiles.

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