Ukraine Army putting pressure on Russians, targeting logistical support bases - British intelligence

Ukraine Army putting pressure on Russians, targeting logistical support bases - British intelligence

The Armed Forces of Ukraine continue to target the Russian military strongholds, which is likely to impact their military logistical resupply in the future.

The UK Ministry of Defense said this in its latest intelligence update on the situation in Ukraine, Ukrinform reports.

“Ukraine’s missile and artillery units continue to target Russian military strongholds, personnel clusters, logistical support bases and ammunition depots. This will highly likely impact Russian military logistical resupply and put pressure on Russian military combat support elements,” the report reads.

The UK Ministry of Defense noted that Russian forces have almost certainly positioned pyramidal radar reflectors in the water near the recently damaged Antonivskiy Bridge and by the recently damaged nearby rail bridge, both of which cross over the Dnipro River in Kherson, southern Ukraine.

“The radar reflectors are likely being used to hide the bridge from synthetic aperture radar imagery and possible missile targeting equipment. This highlights the threat Russia feels from the increased range and precision of Western-supplied systems,” the report reads.

As Ukrinform reported, the Armed Forces of Ukraine eliminated about 41,500 Russian soldiers in Ukraine from February 24 to August 4, including 150 on August 3.


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