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The Operational Command “South” verified the destruction of the command publish of the 22nd Military Corps of the Coastal Troops of the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Federation in Chornobayivka, Kherson region.
“The enemy proceeds to perform hostilities on the occupied line of defense. In purchase to avert the progress of our troops and to restore the shed place, the invaders ramp up the composition of the group in Kryvyi Rih route by redeploying the models of the 35th Army of the Jap Navy District. Owning mobilized forces up to a company, the enemy experimented with to assault two directions with the use of armored motor vehicles: Bilohirka – Andriivka and Sukhyi Stavok – Bila Krynytsia. The enemy failed to restore the lost place and retreated,” the Operational Command “South” posted on Facebook.
As an alternative, enemy aviation became additional lively. Two pairs of Su-25s attacked populated localities of Beryslav district. The enemy attacked the Ukrainian positions 5 times with helicopter pairs. No losses were reported.
The army aviation of the Armed Forces of Ukraine released two strikes on enemy strongholds in Blahodatne and Pravdyne parts.
The invaders endured the pursuing losses in firing missions of the Ukrainian missile and artillery models: 31 troopers, a T-72 tank, Gvozdika and Msta-B howitzers, two mortars, a few armored vehicles and automotive tools models, a reconnaissance drone.
It was confirmed that the command post of the 22nd Army Corps of the Coastal Troops of the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Federation experienced been wrecked in Chornobayivka.
In the Black Sea, the ship grouping of the enemy fleet did not improve: two missile carriers with 16 missiles onboard and a few huge landing ships.
“As portion of counter-subversive measures, legislation enforcement officers detained members of an interregional Russian intelligence network that offered the enemy with info about armed forces and strategic objects. The network was managed by a resident of Odesa. The investigation will determine the degree of guilt and the scope of obligation of each member of the network,” the Operational Command “South” included.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. officials believe Russia is working to fabricate evidence concerning last week’s deadly strike on prison housing prisoners of war in a separatist region of eastern Ukraine.
U.S. intelligence officials have determined that Russia is looking to plant false evidence to make it appear that Ukrainian forces were responsible for the July 29 attack on Olenivka Prison that left 53 dead and wounded dozens more, a U.S. official familiar with the intelligence finding told The Associated Press on Wednesday.
Russia has claimed that Ukraine’s military used U.S.-supplied rocket launchers to strike the prison in Olenivka, a settlement controlled by the Moscow-backed Donetsk People’s Republic.
The Ukrainian military denied making any rocket or artillery strikes in Olenivka. The intelligence arm of the Ukrainian defense ministry claimed in a statement Wednesday to have evidence that local Kremlin-backed separatists colluded with the Russian FSB, the KGB’s main successor agency, and mercenary group Wagner to mine the barrack before “using a flammable substance, which led to the rapid spread of fire in the room.”
The official, who was not authorized to comment publicly and spoke on the condition of anonymity, said the classified intelligence — which was recently downgraded — shows that Russian officials might even plant ammunition from medium-ranged High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems, or HIMARS, as evidence that the systems provided by the U.S. to Ukraine were used in the attack.
Russia is expected to take the action as it anticipates independent investigators and journalists eventually getting access to Olenivka, the official added.
Ukraine has effectively used HIMARS launchers, which fire medium-range rockets and can be quickly moved before Russia can target them with return fire, and have been seeking more launchers from the United States.