Lysychansk fell. The twin city of Severodonetsk, which remained the last outpost of Lugansk occupation, was occupied by pro-Russian forces. “The unit of the allied forces is in the center of Lyschansk,” Interfax news agency quoted Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov as saying. Meanwhile, the Russian offensive in Ukraine continues unabated, from Mykolaiv to Slovensk.
powerful explosions I heard in the early hours of this morning in the Ukrainian city MykolaivAccording to Mayor Oleksandr Senkevich in a post on Telegram, he called on residents to stay in shelters. The explosions were preceded by anti-aircraft sirens.
in the area Sumy, in northeastern Ukraine, about 270 missiles of various calibers have been launched in the past 24 hours. This was stated by the governor of the region, Dmytro Zyvitsky, as reported by the Ukrainian media. The attacks resulted in the injury of a 64-year-old woman in the Shalyginsk region. The governor explained that “the infrastructure was also damaged: civilian houses, farms, electricity networks and a water tower.”
Hit Ukraine, Mykolaiv with cluster bombs
The Russians go Cluster bombs over Slovianskin Donetsk, killed 4 people This was announced by the head of the Civil Military Administration of the city of Sloviansk, Vadim Lyakh, on his Facebook page, UNIAN reported. “Limani small district – he says – was targeted. Parvenkievska, Pedherna, and Danilevsky Street. A peaceful private sector where there are no military installations. As a result, four people were killed and seven others were injured. Sloviansk was hit by cluster bullets. They opened over our heads like fireworks, but instead of Camels bring death. Such bullets do not cause complete destruction of buildings. But they are very dangerous for people. 90% of the dead and wounded were in the street.” Liach invited the townspeople to Don’t leave the house “Without urgent need and avoiding gatherings of people.”
According to the latest report from the UK Ministry of Defense, reported by The Guardian, Russia is making ‘little progress’ on Lysekhansk. According to British intelligence, Russian forces continue to make “slight advances” in the strategic city of Lyschansk in eastern Ukraine with air and artillery strikes in the area. It is likely that Ukrainian forces will continue to block Russian forces in the southeastern suburb of the city.
British intelligence thinks so too The Russian Federation uses old anti-ship missiles during land attacks due to the possibility of reducing the stock of modern weapons. Ukranska Pravda Report. The report warns of the risks of collateral damage as a result of inaccurate targeting of the oldest missiles. “As noted, analysis of CCTV footage – according to Gb intelligence – shows that the missile that hit the Kremenchuk shopping center on June 27, 2022, may have been a Kh-32. This is a modernized version of the missile. Kh-22 from the Soviet era.” According to British intelligence, although the Kh-32 has many improved characteristics over the Kh-22, “it has not yet been improved for accurate engagement of ground targets, especially in urban environments” and “this significantly increases the potential for collateral damage when Targeting. Built-up areas.” According to intelligence, it is also possible that the attacks of June 30, 2022 in the Odessa region were carried out with Kh-22 missiles.
while The Ukrainian armed forces have so far managed to eliminate 35,870 Russian invaders And destroyed 1582 tanks and 800 artillery systems. This was announced by the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on Facebook, as reported by Ukrainska Pravda.