The Ukrainian army destroyed several more Russian warehouses and military bases

Revenge of Ukraine for Mykolaiv and Vinnytsia
Revenge of Ukraine for Mykolaiv and Vinnytsia
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Alina Kuleba

Alina Kuleba

Published: July 15 2022 at 02:28 pm

The Armed Forces of Ukraine destroyed at least three military depots of the Russian occupiers, as well as a Russian military base in the Kherson region, just in the evening of July 14, as revenge for Russia's attack on Vinnytsia .

This was stated by the speaker of the Odesa Regional Military Administration Serhiy Bratchuk in his Telegram .

"For Vinnytsia! Nova Kakhovka. Minus base. Snigurivskyi district, Mykolayiv region. Minus BC. Bashtansky District, Mykolaiv Oblast. Minus BC. Radensk, Kherson region. Minus BC," he said.

The Ukrainian military also attacked Russian troops in the settlement of Nova Mayachka in the Kherson region. The rocket hit the sanatorium where the Russian occupiers were stationed. As a result of the impact, the building caught fire, the occupants ran away.

In addition, today on his Facebook page, Oleksiy Arestovych also reported about the strikes against the occupiers: "Daryevka, Kherson region. Repeated defeat of military equipment.
- Novaya Mayachka, Kherson region. The enemy's equipment was destroyed, including command and staff cars.
- Kadiivka (former Stakhanov), Luhansk region. Damage to the ammunition depot, detonation within two hours after the hit. "

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