The Russians remotely mined the area in Stary and Verkhnyi Saltov in the Kharkiv region

The Russians remotely mined the area in Stary and Verkhnyi Saltov in the Kharkiv region

This is reported by the General Staff.

"In the Kharkiv direction, Russian killers carried out fire damage from barrel and rocket artillery of civil infrastructure in the areas of Kharkiv, Protopopivka, Petrivka, Slatine, Velyki Prohody, Korobochkine, Milova and Husarivka settlements. Airstrikes were carried out near Stary Saltov and Yavirskyi. The enemy maintains a high intensity of UAV reconnaissance", – writes the General Staff. The Russian invaders tried to improve their tactical position near Pytomnik, but were repulsed and retreated. The aggressor carried out remote mining of the terrain in the areas of Stary and Verkhnyi Saltov. South of Ukraine

"In the South Buz direction, the enemy concentrated its efforts on preventing the advance of our troops and replenishing losses. He continued shelling from tanks and artillery of various types along the entire contact line. He carried out airstrikes near Mykolaivskyi, Novy Zhitto, Pervomaiskyi, Bila Krynytsia, and Lozovoy", the report says. The aggressor tried to break through the defense of the Armed Forces in the area of ​​the Kirov settlement with assault actions. With the results of fire damage, he suffered losses and retreated chaotically. For the purpose of aerial reconnaissance, the UAV was actively used. Black and Azov Seas The naval group of the Russians continues to support the actions of the ground group of troops. The Russian Federation is blocking civilian shipping in the northwestern part of the Black Sea and hitting facilities and infrastructure in the rear part of Ukraine. On August 19, the General Staff of the Armed Forces reported that no offensive groups were detected from Belarus that could attack the Volyn and Polissky regions. Follow the events in Ukraine and the world together with Espresso! Subscribe to the Telegram channel:

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