Defense forces of South hit two enemy clusters

Defense forces of South hit two enemy clusters

In the south of Ukraine, Air Force units and missile and artillery units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine hit two enemy manpower and hardware clusters and decimated 17 Russian soldiers.

"Aviation and missile and artillery units continue performing fire missions on the left-bank areas. Two enemy manpower and hardware clusters were struck. Seventeen occupiers, 10 units of weapons and equipment, including an electronic warfare station, an anti-drone gun, an UAV ground control point, two mortars, two recon UAVs, one tank, and two armored combat vehicles, were demilitarized," the Operational Command "South" posted on Facebook.

An ammunition depot of the Russian air defense units, a field supply point, and an observation point were also destroyed.

The operational situation in the area of responsibility of the Defense Forces of South remains difficult but controlled. "The enemy is maneuvering, trying to disperse its forces and means to avoid critical damage. "Logistics are complicated, and the morale is extremely poor," the Operational Command "South" noted.

Read also: Border guards eliminate two groups of Wagner mercenaries near Bakhmut

In the Black Sea, the Russian naval group consists of 10 units, including one submarine missile carrier with up to four Kalibr missiles and two large landing ships maneuvering off the southeastern coast of Crimea.

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