“The Head of State visited the command centers of the 5th separate assault brigade, 22nd separate mechanized brigade, 80th separate airborne assault brigade, 57th separate motorized infantry brigade named after Kish Otaman Kost Hordiienko, 92nd separate mechanized brigade named after Kish Otaman Ivan Sirko, 26th artillery brigade named after Brigadier General Roman Dashkevych, 3rd separate assault brigade and 24th separate mechanized brigade named after King Danylo,” reads a report on the president’s website.
Zelensky heard reports on the operational situation in the areas of responsibility of the brigades and the peculiarities of the use of various types of weapons.
The President also discussed with the brigade commanders and battalion commanders the problematic issues faced by the military and ways to solve them.
"I receive general information on a daily basis, which gives me a broad understanding of the situation, and this is also very important. However, I wanted to visit all the brigades individually to understand the problems of each of them. This is an open conversation, we can discuss any issues," the Head of State emphasized.
The brigade commanders and battalion commanders outlined the needs for weapons, ammunition and equipment, including frontline air defense systems and various types of UAVs.
As reported by Ukrinform, in early July, President Volodymyr Zelensky visited the Zmiiny Island, honored Ukrainian heroes and thanked everyone who has been fighting against Russian aggression for 500 days.