Armed forces of Ukraine blew up enemy crossing near Nova Kakhovka, partisans gave coordinates – Bratchuk

The invaders are building crossings to transfer reinforcements to the right-bank part of the Kherson region.

APU blew up an enemy crossing near Nova Kakhovka / photo Sergey Bratchuk

The Armed Forces of Ukraine continue to strike at the logistic routes of the invaders. They destroyed an enemy crossing in the Novaya Kakhovka area . The coordinates of the object were provided by partisans who operate in the temporarily occupied territories of the south.

The relevant information was received from the press secretary of the head of the Odessa Regional Military Administration, Sergei Bratchuk.

“The Armed Forces of Ukraine hit an enemy crossing in the area of ​​Nova Kakhovka. The coordinates of our forces were provided by the fighters of the Pivden resistance movement of the Ukrainian Volunteer Army,” Bratchuk wrote.

Recall that the Armed Forces of Ukraine destroyed all major bridges across the Dnieper in the territory of the temporarily occupied Kherson region. Currently only pedestrian crossings can be used.

Rashists are trying to transfer equipment through pontoon crossings, but they are also under the fire control of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. This was confirmed by the terrorist Igor Strelkov-Girkin.

(C)UNIAN 2022


  1. Lets hope they are Red, also well done to those giving the co-ordinates and to those shelling.

    The pressure needs to be kept up though, and the rate of 100 per day is a good number, especially when we get to see footage of those scum being destroyed.

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  2. ruZZia using cargo ships to get weapons into the black sea.
    Ukraine says the Sparta 2, has carried military equipment and should be considered a warship.YORUK ISIK/REUTERS

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