Ukraine Army strikes Russian garrison on Snake Island

Ukraine Army strikes Russian garrison on Snake Island

The Armed Forces of Ukraine have struck Snake Island [Zmiinyi Island] with different weapons and means of destruction. The Russian garrison suffered significant losses.

The relevant statement was made by the South Operational Command on Facebook, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

“The concentrated blow was dealt to Snake Island, using different forces and means of destruction. As a result, something proudly named by rashists as ‘the island garrison’ is counting significant losses. The military operation continues and requires information silence until it is over,” the report states.

In addition, the Ukrainian military eliminated 26 Russian troops, destroyed an enemy tank and multi-purpose armored tracked vehicle in southern Ukraine.

“Our units continue to destroy the enemy and push them back to the east. This morning a pair of helicopters has struck a group of enemy troops and military equipment. Rocket and artillery units completed more than 100 fire missions. The results are yet to be checked, but, as of this morning, it is already known that 26 rashists were eliminated. One enemy tank, one multi-purpose armored tracked vehicle, three armored vehicles and four trucks will no longer harm the Ukrainian people,” the South Operational Command noted.

Meanwhile, Russia’s naval group in the Black Sea has remained unchanged. As of June 20, 2022, five enemy warships, four large landing crafts and one submarine were in the northwestern part of the Black Sea.


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