Casualties of Ukrainian 128th Brigade in Zaporizhzhya are said to be over 25
In the Zaporizhia region, as a result of a Russian missile strike, more than 22 Ukrainian gunners were killed.
Deadly Russian Wound in Zaporizhia
More specifically and according to new media reports online, on the holiday of artillery in Ukraine, which was celebrated again this year by the armed forces of the country, a murder took place in Komyshuvakha (Komyshuvakha) of the Zaporizhzhya region in eastern Ukraine.
During the presentation of awards to Ukrainian gunners who served their country during the Russian-Ukrainian war, a ceremony organized by the command staff of the 128th Separate Mountain Assault Brigade of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, a Russian missile landed terrorizing all 100 Ukrainian military personnel who had attended the event.
It is reported that a Russian military aircraft launched a missile attack at the time of the awards ceremony. For the attack, it is specifically said that the Russians used the Kh-59 Gadfly air-to-surface cruise missile.
According to preliminary data collected by sources, as a result of the attack more than 22 Ukrainian soldiers were killed, however some reports (such as that of the Russian news service Avia-pro) suggest that the dead exceeded 25 people. The injured are also dozens. Ukrainian army officers are said to be among the casualties since it was an official ceremony of the country’s armed forces.
As a result we are dealing with a Russian blow which caused significant losses to both the command and personnel of the 128th Separate Mountain Assault Brigade of the Ukrainian army.
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Russian Corvette Hit in Crimea?
According to a Clash Report post on X, formerly known as Twitter, one more Russian warship destroyed or (significantly) damaged in Crimea.
In more detail it is said that a Ukrainian Storm Shadow cruise missile of British origin hit or caused damage on the newest small corvette named Askold of the Russian Karakurt class at the Zaliv shipyard in the city of Kerch.
The Russian Ministry of Defense confirmed that “a ship” he was hit and damaged.
In other words, we are dealing with Ukraine’s second successful strike against a Russian shipbuilding company in Crimea using Storm Shadow cruise missiles (or SCALP-EG if we are talking about the French missiles).
The latest development came after a barrage of 15 rockets was fired by the Kiev military against the Crimean coastal city of Kerch, Russia yesterday, Saturday, November 4.
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