Ukrainian Army launches strike on bridge near Kakhovka HPP, says operational command

The bridge across the Dnipro River near the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant (HPP) in Kherson Oblast is unsuitable for use after a Ukrainian missile strike, the South Operational Command reported on Facebook on Aug. 10.

“Our fire control of transport and logistics routes in the temporarily occupied territories of Kherson Oblast resulted in… the bridge near the Kakhovka HPP (being) unsuitable for use,” the report says.

The command added that the strike was “accurate and effective.”

The Ukrainian military launched fresh strikes on the Antonivskyi and Kakhovka bridges and enemy bases in Kherson Oblast overnight on Aug. 8.


  1. If this is true, the orcs are trapped, with no way of being supplied with weapons. No wonder the orcs want a ceasefire, they can see the cauldron coming.

  2. So, now that the cockroaches have thousands more mouths to feed – besides the many other items that are needed – they are cut off. The smartest thing to do now is to surrender.

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