Ukraine’s Armed Forces repel enemy attacks near eight settlements

Ukraine’s Armed Forces repel enemy attacks near eight settlements

Over the past 24 hours, Russian troops have launched 2 missile strikes and carried out 44 attacks using multiple launch rocket systems (MLRS). Units of the Defense Forces of Ukraine repelled enemy attacks near eight settlements.

The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine said this in its morning update as of December 27, Ukrinform reports.

"Units of Ukraine’s Defense Forces repelled the occupiers’ attacks in the areas of Novoselivske and Stelmakhivka settlements in Luhansk region and Dyliivka, Krasnohorivka, Vodiane, Vesele, Maryinka and Pobieda in Donetsk region," the report says.

According to the General Staff, on December 25, Ukrainian soldiers struck an area of concentration of Russian invaders near Novobilozerka in the Vasylivka district, Zaporizhzhia region. Up to 100 Russian troops were killed or wounded, including 15 employees of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation.

On December 26, the Ukrainian Air Force struck an area where the occupiers were concentrated.

Units of the Ukrainian missile and artillery forces hit four enemy command posts and six areas of concentration of enemy manpower.

As reported by Ukrinform, the Armed Forces of Ukraine eliminated about 102,600 Russian troops from February 24 to December 26.


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