Many destroyed enemies: APU hit occupiers in Kadievka from HIMARS

Enemies settled down in hotel “Donbass”.

APU hit from HIMARS on the invaders in Kadievka / photo Denis Kazansky
APU hit from HIMARS on the invaders in Kadievka / photo Denis Kazansky

Last night, the Armed Forces of Ukraine attacked the invaders in the temporarily captured Kadiyivka (former Stakhanov). As a result of a targeted attack using the HIMARS MLRS , two hundred opponents were killed.

The information came from blogger Denis Kazansky, who referred to the words of local residents, and the head of the Luhansk OVA, Sergei Gaidai.

“At night, in the occupied Stakhanov (under the control of the LNR), as a result of attacks by Haimars, the location of the Russian military in the Donbass hotel was destroyed. Local residents report a considerable number of deaths,” Kazansky wrote.

Gaidai confirmed the blow of the Ukrainian defenders. He wrote that the Armed Forces of Ukraine organized “two hundred by two hundred” occupiers. The head of the OVA also said that Russian paratroopers were based in the Donbass Hotel.

As UNIAN reported earlier , over the past 24 hours in the south of Ukraine, they managed to destroy the communication center of the Russian regiment and another ammunition depot. In parallel, the Armed Forces of Ukraine liquidated 20 invaders.

Hotel “Donbass” after the impact of the Armed Forces of Ukraine / photo Denis Kazansky

(C)UNIAN 2022

3 comments

  1. “At night, in the occupied Stakhanov (under the control of the LNR), as a result of attacks by Haimars, the location of the Russian military in the Donbass hotel was destroyed. Local residents report a considerable number of deaths,”

    Destroyed cockroaches is always good news. Anything with HIMARS in the news is always good.

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