Russian invaders bring 17 wagons with ammunition to occupied Kherson Oblast

Russian invaders in Ukraine
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"As part of the logistical support of the troops, 17 wagons with ammunition from the temporarily occupied Crimea arrived at the Kalachak station," the command said.
“Reinforcements have arrived from the Khabarovsk region to reinforce the manpower. But the invaders are too demoralized and are looking for an opportunity, with minor injuries, to leave active duty and return to the Russian Federation.”
Also read: The Ukrainian army “a kilometer away” from the suburbs of Kherson
It is also reported that Ukrainian defenders launched a series of attacks on enemy positions. The following was destroyed:
• 30 invaders;
• a T-62 tank;
• a Uragan multiple launch rocket system;
• one Msta-B howitzer;
• eight motor vehicles;
• two ammo stores.
Also read: Liberated villages of Kherson Oblast live on despite daily shelling
The command added that three surface and two underwater vessels with more than 30 Kalibr missiles are stationed in the north-western part of the Black Sea.
The Ukrainian General Staff last week announced the liberation of the villages of Potiomkyne and Ivanivka in Kherson Oblast.
Earlier, the Task Force Pivden said that the Ukrainian army is gradually pushing back the Russian invaders in the south. Russian troops are forced to build new defense lines.

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