На Слобожанському напрямку зафіксували активність ворожих БпЛА з бойовим навантаженням 7

In the Slobozhansk direction, the activity of enemy UAVs with a combat load was recorded News of Kharkiv and Ukraine

Summary of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine as of the evening of October 11. 239 days of war.

During the current day, the enemy launched 3 missile and 20 air strikes, carried out up to 10 attacks from rocket salvo systems.

Up to 20 settlements were hit by the enemy. In particular, Terny, Bakhmut, Vugledar and Komyshuvakha of the Donetsk region.

The enemy has once again launched a massive attack using Iranian attack UAVs on the civilian infrastructure of Ukraine. Out of 20 UAVs, 15 were successfully shot down by the Defense Forces of Ukraine.

In the Slobozhansk direction, the enemy shelled the settlements of Dvorichne, Krasne and Strelecha with mortars, barrel and rocket artillery. The activity of UAVs with a combat load was also recorded.

On the Kupyansk and Lymansk directions, the occupiers shelled the settlements of Zarichne, Bilogorivka, Torske, Terny and Yampolivka with mortars, barrel and jet artillery.

In the South Buz direction, more than 30 settlements along the contact line suffered fire damage. To conduct aerial reconnaissance, the enemy made up to 40 sorties of UAVs of various types.

Aviation of the Defense Forces during the current day struck 6 strikes. It was confirmed that 2 areas of concentration of weapons and military equipment, 2 strongholds, as well as 2 positions of the enemy’s anti-aircraft missile systems were hit. Air defense units shot down 15 Shahed-136 UAVs.

Soldiers of missile troops and artillery hit the command post, two areas of concentration of manpower, weapons and military equipment and two ammunition warehouses of the enemy.

Detailed information on the situation in other directions – in the summary of the General Staff of the Armed Forces.

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Fuente: atn.ua

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