Occupants are being dug out from the rubble: Ukrainian Armed Forces destroy Russian army base in Prymorsk, Zaporizhzhia
In Zaporizhzhia region, another "cotton" hit the positions of the Russian occupiers. On Monday, June 12, the Armed Forces of Ukraine attacked an enemy base in Prymorsk on the Azov Sea coast.
The mayor of Melitopol, Ivan Fedorov, announced this on his Telegram channel. He noted that the enemy was stationed at the seized Sonyachna recreation centre.
According to the mayor, some of the occupants were trapped under the rubble after the arrival of the Russian troops - their bodies were taken out by their colleagues who were lucky enough to survive. Some of the Russian military were injured and were taken away from the scene in ambulances.
The rest of the invaders fled as far as they could see. The number of killed and injured occupants is being established.
"The invaders have no time for a resort - the explosive summer cotton is continuing on the Azov coast," Fedorov wrote.
He recalled how last Friday, June 9, "cotton" visited the invaders at the Express recreation centre in the Henichesk district of Kherson region. There were many wounded and killed occupants there.
"The invaders seized hundreds of recreation centres in the hope of hiding away from the infernal heat. It didn't work out - the enemy will be baking everywhere on Ukrainian soil," the mayor added.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, Ukrainian defenders are actively destroying Russian invaders in the Zaporizhzhia sector. In particular, to the south of Rabotyne, tanks of the Russian invaders were clearly "demilitarised".