Over past day, enemy army along Southern axis loses at least 11 occupiers and 11 units of equipment – Natalia Humeniuk
Ukrainian soldiers managed to destroy the occupiers’ equipment, particularly boats and heavy artillery.
Natalia Humeniuk, Head of the United Coordinating Press Center of Security and Defense Forces of the South of Ukraine, made this statement during a briefing at Media Center Ukraine – Ukrinform.
“I can say that over the past day we have fulfilled combat tasks along the Southern axis, as a result of which the enemy’s army has decreased by at least 11 russists, this is already confirmed data, and we are still clarifying (the rest – Ed.). (It also decreased – Ed.) by 11 more pieces of equipment, including boats, with the help of which the occupiers are trying to maneuver and find new positions for their mortar groups, and heavy artillery, with which the enemy is trying to attack the right bank and terrorize the civilian population,” she said.
Natalia Humeniuk noted, the Ukrainian military continues fulfilling combat tasks. At the same time, the enemy continues to terrorize the local population, using tactical aviation by dropping guided aerial bombs.
In addition, the Head of the United Coordinating Press Center of Security and Defense Forces of the South of Ukraine noted that the occupiers have once again resorted to the tactic of bombing the occupied territories and blaming Ukraine’s Defense Forces.
“Because the terrorists’ favorite tactic is to turn the local population strongly against the Defense Forces before the advance of the Defense Forces. In order for people not to have a reason for being in an exalted state in anticipation of the Defense Forces. They are trying to turn people against the Defense Force as much as possible. This is propaganda work, but it does not spark any thoughts in our people in the temporarily occupied territories that the occupiers are counting on, because people know who is actually bombing them,” Natalia Humeniuk explained.
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