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Ukrainian Aircraft Strike Enemy Positions 12 Times On Thursday — General Staff


(MENAFN- UkrinForm) During the current day, November 24, aircraft of the Defense Forces of Ukraine launched 12 strikes on the areas of concentration of personnel, weapons and military equipment of the Russian army, as well as 2 strikes air defense positions of the enemy.

The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine said this in its operational update posted on Facebook, Ukrinform reports.

According to the General Staff, as of 18:00, the enemy continues armed aggression against Ukraine, focusing its efforts on restraining the actions of the Defense Forces and attempting to hold the temporarily captured territories.

At the same time, the enemy is improving the fortification equipment of the defensive line, conducting offensive actions in certain directions, relocating personnel, weapons and military equipment to the areas of hostilities.

During the current day, Russian troops have launched 2 airstrikes and 16 MLRS attacks on the positions of the Defense Forces and civilian objects.

In Kherson region, the enemy intensified counter-subversive and police measures in the temporarily captured territories of the Skadovsk district in connection with effective fire damage to the facilities of the Russian troops. In particular, in Novomykolaivka and Krasne, the invaders checked homes, phones and documents of local residents.

As reported by Ukrinform, from February 24 to November 24, Russia lost about 85,720 troops in Ukraine.

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