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Ukrainian aviation carries out nine strikes on Russian positions over day - General Staff

Missile and artillery units hit two Russian clusters.

Ukrainian aviation carries out nine strikes on Russian positions over day - General Staff
Photo: Ukrainian Air Force Command

Russian troops continue to advance in the Lyman, Bakhmut, Avdiyivka, Maryinka and Shakhtarske areas and continue to seek to reach the administrative border of Donetsk and Luhansk regions, the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine said on the evening of the 384th day of the large-scale Russian invasion.

During the day, Russian troops launched 30 air and 8 missile strikes, one of which hit the city of Kramatorsk. A three-story residential building was damaged, and there were killed and wounded among the local population.

Another missile strike was launched at the town of Zatoka in Odesa Region, where the missile fragments damaged one of the buildings of the Zolota Rybka children's educational institution. There were no casualties among the local population.

Also, the Russians fired over 33 times from multiple rocket launchers. The level of missile threat remains high throughout Ukraine.

Over the past few days, about 1,000 additional Russian soldiers have been deployed on the territory of coastal camps and resorts in Yalta, Donetsk Region. In connection with this, the nearest streets and the entire beach area have been completely blocked, additional checkpoints have been set up and the number of foot patrols has been doubled. The installation of engineering barriers, trenches and dugouts on the territory of recreation centres in the immediate vicinity of the Russian base was noticed. The number of training firings from various types of weapons in the direction of the sea has also increased.

Over the past day, the aviation of the Ukrainian Defence Forces carried out nine strikes on the clusters of Russian personnel and military equipment, and missile and artillery units hit two clusters of Russian personnel.

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