Russian invaders launch three rocket, 12 air strikes at Ukraine in past day, says General Staff
The General Staff reported the details of the affected settlements during the day (Photo:REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne)
Invading Russian forces launched three rocket and 12 air strikes over the past day, as well as carrying out 60 attacks with the use of multiple launch rocket systems, the Ukrainian military’s General Staff said in its morning update on Oct. 25.
Objects of civil infrastructure were damaged by enemy fire in the settlements of Vuhledar and Nesckuchne in Donetsk Oblast, Nova Kamianka in Kherson Oblast, and the city of Mykolaiv.
Invading Russian forces also fired in the following areas:
- in the Siversky area, with mortars and artillery near Senkivka in Chernihiv Oblast and Rozhkovychi, Sosnivka and Velyka Pysarivka in Sumy Oblast;
- in the Slobozhanske area, with tanks, mortars, rockets and artillery near Veterynarne, Vilkhuvatka, Vovchansk, Dvorichna, Kamianka, Krasne, Starytsia, Strilecha, Khatnie and Chuhunivka in Kharkiv Oblast;
- in the Kupyansk and Lyman areas, with tanks and artillery near Kyslivka in Kharkiv Oblast, Nevske and Stelmakhivka in Luhansk Oblast, and Berestove, Zarichne, Terny, Torske and Yampolivka in Donetsk Oblast;
- in the Bakhmut area, the territories around Andriyivka, Bakhmutske, Bakhmut, Bilohorivka, Vesele, Ivanhrad, Kurdiumivka, Mayorsk, Opytne, Soledar, and Yakovlivka of Donetsk Oblast were shelled using tanks, mortars, rockets and artillery;
- in the Avdiyivka area, with tanks and artillery of various calibers near Vodiane, Krasnohorivka, Maryinka, and Pervomaiske;
- in Novopavlivsk and Zaporizhzhya areas, with tanks, mortars, rockets and artillery near Vremivka, Vuhledar, Neskuchne, Novosilka, and Pavlivka in Donetsk Oblast and Zelenyi Hay, Novoandriyivka, Olhivske, Stepove, Chervone, and Shcherbaky in Zaporizhzhya Oblast;
- in the South Buh area, more than 20 settlements were hit by enemy fire, including Bilohirka, Davydiv Brid, Myrne, Sukhyi Stavok, and Ternovi Pody.
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