Russian barge with navy gear and personnel sunk close to Nova Kakhovka

Ukrainian defenders prevented an try by the Russian forces to arrange a crossing over the Dnipro within the space of Nova Kakhovka, Kherson area, by destroying a barge loaded with personnel, weapons and navy gear.

The Operational Command South stated this in a Fb submit, Ukrinform studies.

“The scenario in our operational space stays steadily tense, however below our management. The enemy continues to focus efforts on protection group and makes an attempt to maintain management of captured territories. It tries to disrupt the lively operations of the Protection Forces, shells the positions of our troops alongside the contact line. In some instructions, the enemy is taking measures to regroup its items, deploy reserves, and activate air reconnaissance,” the report reads.

It’s famous that aviation of the Armed Forces of Ukraine launched 15 strikes on the enemy, destroying Orlan-10 and Orlan-30 UAV of operational-tactical degree.

The Normal Employees notes that makes an attempt by the Russian forces to arrange an alternate crossing throughout the Dnipro – within the space of Nova Kakhovka and Kozatske – had no success. The crossing couldn’t stand up to hearth management. “The barge, loaded with weapons, gear and personnel, got here below hearth and replenished the underwater fleet of the occupiers,” the Ukrainian navy stated.

The missile and artillery items of the Ukrainian protection forces carried out greater than 260 hearth missions, together with on 4 areas of focus of enemy manpower and gear within the Beryslav, Henichesk, Kakhovka and Kherson districts,  and on bridges and various crossings – pontoons and barges.

The confirmed enemy losses embody 90 troopers, three tanks, eight items of different armored automobiles, three Msta-B and Msta-S howitzers, 4 152 mm Akatsia self-propelled programs, two Hiatsint-S self-propelled weapons, six Grad MLRS and an ammunition depot in Pravdyne.

 As reported, the Armed Forces of Ukraine eradicated about 54,650 Russian troops from February 24 to September 19, 2022.


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