"It's time for retaliation": the Main Directorate of Intelligence showed spectacular footage of the destruction of Russian occupiers. Video
The Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry published a new spectacular video of the destruction of the Russian occupiers. The agency hinted at even more spectacular events, the countdown has already begun.
The relevant footage appeared on the Telegram channel of the Defense Ministry's intelligence directorate. On them the Ukrainian fighters "work" on the enemy with all kinds of weapons (to see the video, scroll to the end of the news).
"The time for retaliation has come," the agency noted.
Recall: The U.S. Institute for the Study of War reported that during July 9, the Defense Forces conducted counteroffensive operations in at least three sections of the front in the east and south. They are trying to weaken the defenses of Russian forces before releasing territory by agreeing to a slower pace of advance.
The day before, the Russian Ministry of Defense and Kremlin-affiliated bloggers complained about the success of attacks by the AFU in the west of Zaporizhzhia region. One propagandist confirmed that Ukrainian forces were attacking Russian positions in small groups and targeting their rear, warehouses, and infrastructure.
At the same time, the Ukrainian Defense Ministry reported that our units continue their offensive in the Berdyansk and Melitopol directions on the front. Fierce fighting with the Russian occupation army continues there.
Ukrainian soldiers are consolidating their positions in the achieved positions by conducting aerial reconnaissance, de-mining and artillery strikes on the identified enemy targets.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
- President Zelensky said that the initiative on the battlefield today is the Ukrainian Defense Forces. The progress continues - perhaps not as fast as we would like, but the defenders of the country are moving forward;
- The Ukrainian military, under the cover of artillery, continues to tirelessly storm the positions of the Russian occupiers in the steppes of Zaporizhzhia region. The offensive is complicated by heavily mined areas, every meter is too hard because it costs someone's life.