Ukrainian Armed Forces launch missile strike on occupied Tokmak: a series of explosions occurred near the logistics route
On Monday, 24 July, the Ukrainian Defence Forces launched a missile attack on the temporarily occupied Tokmak in Zaporizhzhia. There were four powerful explosions in the city.
The information was confirmed by the Ukrainian mayor of Melitopol, Ivan Fedorov. He stated that "the enemy's roasting in the South continues" (to watch the video, scroll to the end of the news).
Ukrainian journalist Andriy Tsaplienko said that the explosions occurred in the area of the occupiers' logistics route.
The Telegram channel of the Melitopol guerrilla group 'Gnilaya Chereshnya' published a video showing the sounds of explosions.
To recap: "Cotton" also visited Tokmak on 15 July. Then three series of explosions were recorded at the enemy's positions.
In addition, Fedorov recently said that the Defence Forces had killed about 200 Russian soldiers in Tokmak. The so-called commandant of the city was also injured. After that, Russians began to leave their families in a panic. Fedorov added that "according to the forecast, the heat will only increase".
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
- On 22 July, powerful explosions occurred in the village of Oktiabrske in the Krasnogvardeisky district of the temporarily occupied Crimea. The arrivals fell on an ammunition depot, and detonation began there.
- As it turned out, three tonnes of artillery ammunition were stored at the military depot in Oktiabrske. The warehouse allegedly caught fire after an attack by an unmanned aerial vehicle.