Near Melitopol, railway tracks used by the occupiers to transport personnel and equipment were blown up
In the occupied part of Zaporizhzhia region, the invaders have increased problems with logistics. On June 3, a section of railway was blown up near the village of Dolynske, Melitopol district.
It was used by the Russian occupiers to transfer personnel and military equipment to Zaporizhzhia. This was announced by the mayor of the temporarily occupied Melitopol, Ivan Fedorov.
"Ukrainian railway against the occupiers. A few hours ago, the railway rails near the village of Dolynske, Yakymivka district (since 2020 it has been part of Melitopol district - Ed.) loudly stopped working. The Nazis use our railway to transport personnel and military equipment to the front. Minus one route for the Russians," said Fedorov.
According to the local media outlet Ria Melitopol, the explosion on the railway near Yakymivka occurred at 14:01. According to them, an arrival was recorded there.
On June 2, it became known that the collaborator Didovodyuk and his daughter were killed in the occupied part of Zaporizhzhia region.
Didovodyuk was not only the owner of the 'Hetman' cafe, which he had taken from the rightful owners and where he fed the occupiers, but also the 'deputy head' of the 'We Are Together with Russia' headquarters. He was a member of the invaders' narrow circle of confidants, resolved personnel issues and wrote denunciations of patriots, personally indicating who should be tortured. The explosives were planted in the Niva, in which Didovodyuk was travelling with his wife and 33-year-old daughter Yana, an active collaborator, "deputy head of the military administration" of Mykhaylivka, who was in charge of the "referendum" in the village. Dedovodyuk and his daughter were killed immediately, and the collaborator's wife was injured, according to media reports.
The SBU later stated that the 'cotton' would continue to bloom in the Russian-occupied territories, noting that after the war, the special forces would be able to tell Ukrainians a lot of interesting things about the 'mortality rate' among traitors.