Enemy launched 7 missile strikes on Mykolaiv region

Enemy launched 7 missile strikes on Mykolaiv region

In the southern direction, Russian forces launched seven rocket attacks on Mykolaiv region, but no casualties were reported.

According to Ukrinform, the Operational Command South wrote this on Facebook.

"In Mykolaiv and Kherson directions, the enemy is desperately defending and trying to accumulate new forces for fierce fighting. In order to spread panic among the local population and destroy transport services as much as possible, the enemy launched seven missile strikes on Mykolaiv region. Fortunately, no casualties have been reported,” the report says.

It is noted, under numerous enemy attacks, the liberated territories remain under the control of Ukrainian troops.

In addition, according to the command, the enemy naval group in the Black Sea operational area continues to exert psychological pressure, attacking the coast and launching missile strikes.

At the same time, the enemy lost 37 personnel and 4 units of equipment within a day on the southern border of the Ukrainian defense.

As Ukrinform reported, on April 8, Russian forces fired three rockets at Odesa region from Crimea, casualties were reported.


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