So do not come Russian supplies
Ukraine attacks its own bridges
Ukraine attacks its own bridges. The goal: to disrupt Russia’s supply as much as possible.
Ukraine attacks its own bridges. According to their statements, missiles were fired at a bridge in the Cherson region, which is important for Russian supplies. A representative of the Ukrainian regional administration said it was an important step towards the restoration of Kherson.
The counter-management set up by Russia in the occupied territories says that the Darivskyi bridge over the Inhulets River was hit by seven missiles from the Western Hemar system. However, the bridge is still intact.
The goal: slow down the speed of Russia
But Ukrainian counterattacks are on the rise — and Russia’s supply routes are gravely compromised. This applies at least to the Cherson area. British intelligence also sees that the supply routes to the Russian army west of the Dnipro River are disrupted.
Heavy fighting took place there in the past two days, according to an update from the British Ministry of Defense, Saturday, citing intelligence information. It is possible that the Russians will try to slow down the Ukrainian counterattack with artillery fire.
Significant damage to the Dnipro Bridge
The only bridge over the Dnipro River in Kherson was closed this week. This was after Ukrainian missile attacks with US Hemars missile launchers inflicted significant damage on them.
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The destination of Ukraine has also been reported. Kyiv mentioned the destruction of the river crossings as an option to prevent Russian forces from retreating to the left bank of the Dnipro River.
The British update now states that the Antonivka Bridge, damaged by the Ukrainian attacks, was open to some traffic on Friday. Russia made temporary reforms. However, the attacks appear to be continuing. (European Union)
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