Aircraft of the Armed Forces of Ukraine attack the concentration of Russian forces and equipment 7 times the operational command Pivden (south)


Ukrainian planes carried out 7 strikes against the occupiers on the southern borders.

Source: Operational Command Pivden (South)

Quotation“Our forces inflicted fire damage when they discovered enemy preparations for a counterattack along the Bruskinske – Bilozirka axis. The enemy refused to complete the task.

However, the use of air strikes continues. Four times the enemy attacked our positions and took over settlements with the help of pairs of helicopters. We suffered no losses.”

Details: The Ukrainian Armed Forces Air Force carried out 7 airstrikes against Russian forces.

Pairs of attack aircraft and a fighter aircraft attacked 2 concentrations of occupation forces and materiel in Kherson and Snihurivka districts; in the Mykolaiv region, an ammunition depot belonging to the invaders was hit.

Four pairs of helicopters attacked a concentration of Russian forces and equipment in the Snihurivka and Berislav districts.

A stronghold and fortified underground shelters of Russian forces were hit in Kherson Oblast and Mykolaiv Oblast.

Among the results obtained by the missile and artillery units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, it was confirmed that the command post of the tactical group of the battalion of the Russian 34th Separate Motorized Rifle Brigade in Bruskinske had been hit by fire.

The results of the fire inspection of the main transport routes in the occupied territories indicate that traffic on the railway bridge over the Dnipro is impossible.

The total losses of the Russian forces are: 105 Russian soldiers, 7 T-62 and 72 tanks, one Msta-B howitzer and 2 self-propelled artillery systems, one Nona-S self-propelled artillery and mortar system, and 17 units of armored and automotive equipment; 2 field ammunition depots were also destroyed in Beryslav and Kherson districts.

The final losses of the Russian forces are under investigation.

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