Ukraine Army destroys bridge built by Russians across Dnieper near Nova Kakhovka

Ukraine Army destroys bridge built by Russians across Dnieper near Nova Kakhovka

The Ukrainian defense forces are controlling the situation on the bridges and adjusting Russia’s plans to use them as transport routes. In particular, the Ukrainian military destroyed a bridge built by Russian invaders across the Dnieper near Nova Kakhovka.

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

“Following the completion of combat missions, the enemy’s losses were confirmed as follows: 35 invaders, five armored and motor vehicles, 120-mm mortar. Near Nova Kakhovka, an ammunition depot and a bridge built across the Dnieper were destroyed,” the report states.

Last night the Ukrainian aviation, rocket and artillery units completed more than 130 fire missions aimed at enemy personnel and military equipment clusters, bridge and ammunition depot.

In the Black Sea, two Russian missile carriers are remaining combat ready and equipped with 16 Kalibr-type cruise missiles.

As of 01:00 p.m., September 11, 2022, the situation in the Southern Bug operational zone was dynamically tense but controlled by the Ukrainian defense forces. Hostilities are underway all over the contact line. Russian troops are making attempts to bring reserves in hope to recapture the initiative.

Last night the enemy launched four air strikes and three missile strikes on the positions of Ukrainian forces and civil infrastructure facilities.


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