Ukraine’s Armed Forces eliminate 18 invaders, Akatsiya howitzer, ammo depot in south

Ukraine’s Armed Forces eliminate 18 invaders, Akatsiya howitzer, ammo depot in south

The situation on the southern front is still difficult, but the Ukrainian troops control its development.

"The enemy continues to fortify the defense lines, launch rocket and artillery attacks and airstrikes on our positions and civilian localities. The enemy tried to regain the lost positions in the area of Potiomkyne, Plotnytske, and Lupareve in Kherson region by double and single helicopter strikes. Our units did not give up," the Operational Command "South" posted on Facebook.

Mykolayiv city again suffered from cluster munitions fired from Uragan MLRS. Private yards and houses, a car was affected. Cluster munitions were scattered near a public transport stop. No information about the casualties was received.

Ukraine’s missile and artillery units eliminated 18 Russian aggressors, a T-72 tank, an Akatsiya self-propelled howitzer, vehicles, and a field ammunition depot in Kherson district.

In the Black Sea, two Russian missile carriers, having eight missiles each, are still on alert. At the same time as the storm subsides, the mine danger near the coast increases.

As reported, the strike aircraft of the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine launched powerful air strikes on the positions of the Russian invaders on Monday. Dozens of armored vehicles and enemy manpower were eliminated.


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