Ukrainian forces destroy Russian helicopter, three tanks, two guns in south

Ukrainian forces destroy Russian helicopter, three tanks, two guns in south

The situation in the southern operational zone remains tense and difficult, but it is controlled by the Ukrainian defense forces.

Ukraine's Operational Command said this in a post on Facebook, Ukrinform reports.

"Our units are consolidating their tactical position, continuing active operations, creating conditions for further advancement in various areas of the front," the report said.

Two Orlan-10 drones were destroyed in the skies of the Kherson region and over the sea in the Odesa region.

In the past day, the enemy continued to shell Ukrainian positions using artillery, mortars and tanks. The enemy launched six air strikes.

Ukrainian air defense units shot down an enemy Ka-52 Alligator attack helicopter in the Beryslav district of the Kherson region.

Ukrainian rocket and artillery units completed 330 firing missions. They struck logistics centers and field ammunition depots, groupings of enemy personnel and equipment, and the enemy's firing positions.

According to preliminary data, Ukrainian forces killed ten Russian soldiers and destroyed a Solntsepyok heavy flamethrower, a Grad multiple rocket launcher, two Msta-S self-propelled howitzers, three tanks and two infantry fighting vehicles.

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