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Armored vehicles are involved: the enemy has launched massive offensive actions in two directions - Tarnavskyi

Enemy continues to advance in the Avdiivka and Maryinka sectors

In the Avdiivka and Maryinka sectors, Russian occupation forces launched massive offensives, using armored vehicles and actively employing aircraft with guided aerial bombs. Thus, in just two days, the enemy conducted 19 air strikes.

This was reported by Brigadier General Oleksandr Tarnavskyi, commander of the "Tavria" operational and strategic group of troops. The enemy offensive continues, but Ukrainian troops are holding steadfastly.

Yesterday, 42 enemy attacks were repelled east of Novobakhmutivka, south of Severne and Tonenke, as well as in the area of Avdiivka, Pervomaiske and Nevelske. The day before yesterday, 49 attacks were repelled in the Avdiivka sector and 11 Russian tanks and 15 other armored vehicles were destroyed. Near Avdiivka, the occupants are trying to continue their offensive both in the north and in the south.

Hostile activity is also active in the areas of Maryinka, Krasnohorivka and Novomykhailivka. Over the last day, our defenders repelled 14 attacks in these areas.

In the Zaporizhzhia sector, Ukrainian defense forces repelled three enemy attacks south of Novodarivka and west of Novopokrovka the day before yesterday. And yesterday the enemy attacked three times north of Pryiutne and west of Novopokrovka.

Meanwhile, in the Melitopol sector, Ukrainian troops continue to inflict losses on the occupation forces in both manpower and equipment.

The total losses of the enemy forces amounted to 430 people over the past day, and 7 units of military equipment were destroyed, including 3 tanks, 2 armored vehicles and a unit of special equipment.

Armored vehicles are involved: the enemy has launched massive offensive actions in two directions - Tarnavskyi
Armored vehicles are involved: the enemy has launched massive offensive actions in two directions - Tarnavskyi

As reported by OBOZ.UA, the Russian occupation forces have faced a shortage of thermal imagers they need for night battles. The occupiers have to raise money from relatives and supporters of the war for such equipment, while the Ukrainian military is often supplied with night vision devices by international partners.

Earlier it was reported that the Armed Forces of Ukraine said that the occupiers in the Tavriisk direction began to use more kamikaze drones and aircraft. There has also been a significant increase in enemy assaults.

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