Oleksandr Tarnavskyi, Commander of the Tavriya Operational and Strategic Group of Forces, has reported a significant increase in the number of airstrikes by Russian forces, particularly using guided aerial bombs, on the Tavriya front.
In a recent update shared on Telegram, Tarnavskyi provided detailed insights into the ongoing military confrontations in the region.
According to the Commander, Russian forces executed 30 airstrikes, engaged in 48 combat clashes, and conducted 712 artillery attacks on the Tavriya front.
In response, units of missile forces and artillery from the Tavriya Joint Task Force executed 1067 fire missions throughout the day.
The intensification of military actions has led to substantial losses for the Russian forces.
Tarnavskyi reported that 572 Russian occupiers were killed in the direction, accounting for more than half of all Russian casualties at the front on that day.
Additionally, significant Russian military equipment has been destroyed, including 2 tanks, 14 armored fighting vehicles, 3 artillery systems, 2 ATGMs (anti-tank guided missiles), 7 UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles), 1 car, and 3 units of special equipment.
The Ukrainian forces also successfully targeted and destroyed 4 ammunition depots and another important enemy object. Furthermore, 21 additional units of enemy military equipment were damaged.
The increase in airstrikes and the resulting heightened military actions indicate a significant escalation in the conflict, with Ukrainian forces continuing to counter the aggressions effectively.
The situation on the Tavriya front remains critical, with both sides experiencing heavy casualties and equipment losses.