Antonovsky bridge is not destroyed, but it is impossible to move on it – OVA

Thus, the Armed Forces of Ukraine destroyed the logistics and transport routes of the invaders.

The OVA commented on the damage to the Antonovsky bridge / photo t.me/Tsaplienko
The OVA commented on the damage to the Antonovsky bridge / photo t.me/Tsaplienko

Antonovsky bridge in the Kherson region is not destroyed, but because of the damage caused, it is impossible to move on it.

This was announced by the acting chairman of the Kherson regional military administration Dmitry Butrim.

“At night, the Armed Forces of Ukraine delivered high-precision strikes on the Antonovsky Bridge in Kherson. The bridge was not destroyed, but because of the damage it was impossible to move on it. By this, the Armed Forces of Ukraine destroyed the occupiers’ logistic and transport routes. After our victory, we will definitely restore transport links along the bridge. What is for sure the fantasy of the occupiers and local collaborators about “Russian Kherson” cannot be restored, he said.

Strikes on the Antonovsky bridge

Recall that powerful explosions thundered in the occupied Kherson at night. It was reported about the successful attack of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on the Antonovsky bridge. Later  filigree strikes on the bridge were confirmed by the Armed Forces of Ukraine .

As UNIAN previously reported, on July 19, the Ukrainian military  hit the Antonovsky bridge  in occupied Kherson, which connects the city with the left bank of the Dnieper.

(C)UNIAN 2022

4 comments

  1. Dress rehearsal for the Kerch bridge?
    They don’t need to waste munitions marmalising it; just make it unusable.
    The other benefit of the latter is environmental; complete destruction might well poison the sea. Poisoning is for nazis like putler, not civilised people.

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  2. I bet that the cockroach general staff is swarming with cuss words right now! And, maybe a general or two already packing bags…

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