Ukrainian forces destroy Russian tugboat near Antonivsky bridge, damaged two more enemy vessels

November 5, 2022

In Kherson region, the Ukrainian forces destroyed a Russian tugboat near the Antonivsky bridge and damaged two more enemy vessels.

That’s according to Operational Command South, Ukrinform reports.

Last night, Ukrainian missile and artillery units struck enemy positions, logistics centers, as well as manpower and equipment clusters. They performed more than 70 fire missions.

“As a result of another effective fire attack on the alternative river crossing set up by the occupiers along the Antonivsky bridge, a tugboat was destroyed. Two more floating vehicles were damaged and now require repairs,” the statement reads.

It was also confirmed that the convoy, which was waiting for the crossing in the area of Olhivka, was also hit.

Near Novovasylivka, Mykolaiv region, the Ukrainian forces destroyed six enemy refueling stations. Other enemy losses are being verified.

The Russian naval group in the Black Sea consists of seven warships and cutters maneuvering along the coast of occupied Crimea. A cruise missile carrier with eight Kalibrs on board is in combat readiness.

OC South adds that the enemy continues the tactics of multi-faceted maneuvers in the captured territories, trying to create the impression of a retreat.

As Ukrinform reported earlier, the Armed Forces of Ukraine eliminated 600 Russian invaders, destroyed 12 drones, two cruise missiles, two helicopters, and eight tanks over the past day, November 4.


  1. I’m pleased that the UA forces are keeping the river under fire control. This is essential for the battle for the region and for the upcoming battle for Kherson.

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