Ukrainian Forces Hit Five Enemy Command Posts, Two Radar Systems

(MENAFN- UkrinForm) Ukrainian rocket and artillery forces in the last day hit five command posts of Russian troops, five military personnel and equipment concentration areas, two radar systems, an electronic warfare station, and an anti-aircraft missile system.

The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine said this in its morning update published on facebook , Ukrinform reports.

'The enemy is focusing its main efforts on the Lyman, Bakhmut, Avdiivka, Marinka and Shakhtarsk sectors. Over the past day, the enemy has launched more than 70 attacks on them. Over the past day, the enemy has launched five missile and 18 air strikes, as well as 73 attacks using multiple rocket launchers. Another shelling of Kostiantynivka in the Donetsk region wounded six civilians and damaged more than 20 houses, a school and other civilian infrastructure facilities,' the post said.

The probability of Russian missile strikes across Ukraine remains high, the General Staff said.

According to the General Staff, forced passportization is ongoing in the temporarily captured territory of the Zaporizhzhia region. In Melitopol, the Russian occupation 'authorities' forbade making any payments to citizens who do not have the registration number of the Russian taxpayer's registration card. Only the holders of Russian passports can obtain it.

The enemy continues to suffer losses. More than 20 seriously injured invaders were brought to the Oleshky District Hospital in the Kherson region for treatment.

'Throughout the past day, the aircraft of the Defense Forces launched seven strikes on the concentration areas of the occupiers, whereas units of the missile forces and artillery hit five command posts, five areas of concentration of enemy personnel and military equipment, a fuel depot, two radar systems, an electronic warfare station and an anti-aircraft missile system at a firing position,' the General Staff said.

Photo: Commander-in-Chief of the Ukrainian Armed Forces


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