The Ukrainian Armed Forces hit two key bridges across the Dnieper River in order to complicate the supply of the Russian group on the right bank. It is reported by The Guardian, according to the NVL portal.
Information about the strike was confirmed by the press secretary of the Southern Military Command of Ukraine Natalia Gumenyuk. She said that the strikes were carried out on bridges through which the Russian Federation is moving its troops to the western bank of the Dnieper.
“The results are quite decent, hitting the Antonovsky and Kakhovka bridges,” The Guardian commented on the incident.
The media also got information that Ukraine began to use anti-radar missiles for strikes against Russian military facilities in the Kherson region. It is possible that ground-based launchers, which the United States and Israel have, were used for this.
So far, this information has not been commented on in official sources. Therefore, it is not clear how many anti-radar missiles Ukraine received and who supplied the launchers.