The Armed Forces of Ukraine carried out more than 100 attacks on the concentration points of the occupiers - OK "Pivden"

The Armed Forces of Ukraine carried out more than 100 attacks on the concentration points of the occupiers – OK “Pivden”


In the southern direction, the missile and artillery units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine carried out more than 100 fire attacks on the areas of concentration of manpower and equipment of the Russian troops.

The operational command “South” reports on Facebook about this.

“Our aircraft carried out three airstrikes against enemy deployment points of the Pantsir-S1 and Buk-M2 anti-aircraft missile systems in the Kherson region. The results of the strikes are being investigated. Missile and artillery units completed more than 100 fire missions in areas of concentration of enemy manpower and equipment”says the message.

According to the data of the command, as of this time, the situation in the Southern Buz direction is difficult, but controlled by the Defense Forces of Ukraine.

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At the same time, Russian troops continue defensive actions, try to reformat units. The officers moved in an organized manner to the left bank of the Dnieper, leaving on the right the units replenished by recently mobilized ones.

Forced evacuation of the civilian population continues. The invaders are actively “evacuating” state institutions and property from Beryslav district and Kherson.

“Continuing man-made terror and blackmail, the enemy strikes critical infrastructure facilities and reproduces messages about the threat of undermining the Kakhovskaya HPP”— noted in OK “South”.

On the night of October 22, the enemy launched a massive attack with Shahed-136 kamikaze drones from the direction of the Black Sea. In the Mykolaiv district, the Russians shelled territorial communities near the front at night. As a result of the hits, a fire broke out in the garage cooperative, a residential building caught fire, and the electricity network and gas burners were damaged.

According to OC “South”, the fire was quickly extinguished, there is a dead and wounded among the civilian population.

During the night, the invaders attacked the Nikopol district of the Dnipropetrovsk region using rocket salvo systems, heavy artillery and the S-300 anti-aircraft missile system. About 20 private residential buildings, five farm buildings and two gas furnaces were damaged by enemy fire. There are no casualties.

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On the morning of October 22, the invaders carried out a massive strike with high-precision Kalibr missiles on critical infrastructure facilities.

As noted, the ship group of the Russian fleet in the Black Sea currently consists of 14 ships. According to OC “South”, the enemy has increased the number of missile carriers, strengthening the group with two submarines. The total number of ready-to-use Calibers may exceed 30 units.

“The enemy is fundamentally determined to continue the practice of massive missile strikes and drone attacks, in particular on the objects of critical energy infrastructure”– emphasized in the command.

We will remind that the Russian military completely left the settlements of Charivne and Chkalov, and officers and medical personnel were evacuated from Berislav.

Earlier, Zelenskyi told how many rockets the Russians launched over Ukraine today.

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