The enemy has four less ammunition depots and manpower: Ukrainian Armed Forces report on successes in the Liman-Kupiansk sector
In the Liman-Kupyansk sector, Russian occupation forces have taken an "operational pause" but do not stop artillery and air strikes on Ukrainian positions. Almost 600 attacks and 14 air attacks were registered in this sector over the past day.
At the same time, Ukrainian troops continue to destroy enemy personnel, equipment and weapons, and four ammunition depots were destroyed over the last day. This was stated by Ilya Yevlash, head of the press service of the Eastern Group of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, during a telethon.
According to him, the Russian invaders have temporarily stopped ground attacks in the Liman-Kupyansk sector.
"The enemy has taken an operational pause in this section of the frontline with regard to ground offensives. There are no combat engagements there. However, we cannot say that it is completely quiet there. He fired 579 times at the positions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and used aviation 14 times," emphasized Yevlash.
He added that the occupants are firing at the positions of Ukrainian soldiers from all available artillery systems - both cannon and rocket launchers.
"The enemy focused on Spirne, Torske, Rozdolivka, Nevske, Dibrova, Kreminna and Karamzynivka... In our turn, we also struck at the enemy, destroying one tank, seven vehicles used by the invaders to transport personnel and provisions, six drones and four field ammunition depots," said Yevlash.
"The enemy also suffered losses in manpower: 64 occupants were killed in the Liman-Kupyansk sector over the last day.
As a reminder, on the morning of September 27, the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine updated the data on Russia's losses in the war against our country. The day before, according to the General Staff, the Armed Forces of Ukraine "canceled" 320 occupants and 101 pieces of their equipment.
Russia's irrecoverable losses in manpower during the full-scale invasion have now reached 276,990 people.