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Russian Defense Ministry Spokesperson Igor Konashenkov said that they hit 38 Ukrainian military elements with air-launched high-precision missiles in Ukraine:
 
In a report Konashenkov gave information about the actions of the Russian army in the war in Ukraine.
   Explaining that they are continuing their offensive in Ukraine as he said: “ Russian Air Force hit 38 Ukrainian military elements with high-precision missiles,22 fortified positions belonging to Ukrainian nationalist formations, 7 areas where military technical vehicles and troops were gathered, 6 rockets, artillery, ammunition and fuel depots in the settlements of Alexandrovka, Gusarovka, Dolgenkoye and Barvenkovo ​​were all destroyed.
Konashenkov affirmed that the Russian air combat tactical units destroyed 76 Ukrainian military targets, and that the missile units hit the Tochka-U missile complex of Ukraine.
    Expressing that Russian air defense systems destroyed 7 unmanned aerial vehicles in Kharkiv, Donetsk, Luhansk and Kherson regions, Konashenkov reported that 3 Tochka-U ballistic missiles were hit near Petropolye and Malaya Kamishevaha settlements.
Till now , 142 aircraft, 111 helicopters, 621 unmanned aerial vehicles, 277 air defense missile systems, 2 thousand 629 tanks and armored vehicles, 302 multi-barrel rocket launchers, 1154 howitzers and mortars, 2,445 special military vehicles belonging to the Ukrainian army. He said it was destroyed.
Mikhail Mizintsev, head of the Russian Defense Ministry's National Control Center, claimed that the Kyiv administration continues to produce provocative materials, claiming that the Russian army killed civilians as a result of indiscriminate artillery strikes.
Claiming that the Ukrainian armed forces attacked residential areas in the port city of Donetsk, Mizintsev claimed that they had journalists from Ukraine and Western news agencies take images of the destroyed civil infrastructure facilities and that these materials would be reported as "the savagery of the Russian army".
 
 
Sources:Anadolu agency

      According to the information shared by the Ukrainian authorities and official organizations, the Russian army intensified its attacks on the east of the country on the 63rd day of the war:
According to the statement made by the Ukrainian General Staff, the Russians, who carried out attacks in the Kharkiv region, occupied two settlements in the city of Izyum one village in Severodonetsk regions .
On the other hand,Ukrainian soldiers prevented Russian army attacks in the Mykolaiv region and regained control in 3 settlements.
Also in the Kherson region, 3 villages were liberated by Ukrainian soldiers.
Luhansk Governor Sergey affirmed that the Gorskaya settlement was under fire with grad missiles, and many houses were destroyed and damaged.
Adding that ''transformer center '' in Gosrskaya was also hit and according to the first determinations, one civilian died in the attacks.
Gayday noted that the school in Lisichansk, in which 23 civilians were hiding, was shot down by Russian attacks, there was no loss of life, and 1 civilian died in the attack in the Privolye region.
Donetsk Governor Pavel Kirilenko announced that the Russians put a white phosphorus bomb on the city of Avdiyivka.
Kirilenko reported too that a factory was hit at night and an apartment in the morning.
As Azovstal Metallurgical Factory in Mariupol, where Ukrainian soldiers continued their resistance, was also bombarded during the night.
 
 
Sources :Anadolu agency

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