Ukrainian Armed Forces destroy Russian Army pontoon and ferry crossings and 8 ammunition warehouses General Staff of Ukraine


Missile units and artillery of the Ukrainian Armed Forces destroyed the pontoons and ferry crossings of the Russian occupiers, as well as eight of their ammunition warehouses; six Russian command and control centers were also hit, including corps-level centers.

Source: General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on Facebook, information at 6:00 p.m. on September 6

Quotation: “Three areas where the occupier troops were concentrated were hit. Nine Russian army air defense systems came under Ukrainian fire. Enemy losses remain to be confirmed. Radio-electronic reconnaissance as well as combat equipment and communication stations were destroyed.”

Details: During the day, Ukrainian aircraft carried out more than eight strikes, destroying Russian weapons, equipment and air defense systems, and killing significant numbers of Russian soldiers at strongpoints on the Donetsk and Pivdennyi fronts. Buh.

Ukrainian air defense units destroyed a Russian helicopter, an unmanned aerial vehicle and five cruise missiles on several fronts.

Units of the Ukrainian Defense Forces maintain their positions and prevent Russian forces from penetrating deeper into Ukrainian territory. The Ukrainian army managed to successfully repel Russian attacks near the towns and villages of Dolyna, Soledar, Novobakhmutivka, Kodema, Zaitseve, Avdiivka, Marinka and Lyubomyrivka.

There were no significant changes to the fronts of Volyn and Polissia.

On other fronts, Russian forces attacked military and civilian infrastructure using tanks, combat vehicles, and rocket and tube artillery. Especially:

  • Civil and military infrastructure in Khrinivka, Chernihiv Oblast and Nova Huta, Sopych and Myropillia in Sumy Oblast, on the before Sivershchyna;

  • Different targets near Prudianka, Slatyne, Ruska Lozova, Ruski Tyshky, Mospanove, Husarivka and Zalyman on the Kharkiv front;

  • Russian forces did not conduct offensive operations on the Sloviansk frontbut attacked Dolyna, Krasnopillia, Mazanivka, Dmytrivka, Brazhkivka and Dovhenke;

  • Russian forces also fired at areas near Bohorodychne, Sydorove, Kryva Luka, Zakitne, Platonivka, Siversk, Ivano-Darivka, Verkhnokamianske and Hryhorivka. on the Kramatorsk front;

  • The towns and villages of New York, Yurivka, Zaitseve, Vesela Dolyna, Maiorsk, Bakhmutske, Soledar, Bakhmut, Opytne and Rozdolivka on the Bakhmut front also came under Russian fire;

  • The Russians used tubular artillery and mortars to fire on Avdiivka, Opytne and Pervomaiske on the Avdiivka front;

  • Marinka, Novomykhailivk, Velyka Novosilka, Paraskoviivka, Vuhledar, Zolota Nyva, Neskuchne and Vremivka were bombed on the Novopavlivka front;

  • Russian forces used different types of artillery to fire on Novodanylivka, Bilohiria, Huliaipilske, Dorozhnianka, Chervone, Poltavka and Zaliznychne on the Zaporizhzhia front;

  • On the front of Pivdennyi Buh, the Russians carried out shelling along the entire line of contact. They also conducted a total of 50 reconnaissance missions using drones.

Due to heavy losses, the number of Russian units that had been withdrawn to recover combat capability increased. In addition, private military companies were forced to replenish their units by recruiting prisoners from the temporarily occupied territories of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts.

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