The attack occurred against the port facilities and other industrial infrastructure of the metropolis
At the moment the extent of the damage and the possible existence of victims are unknown.
russian troops shot at dawn ten missiles against port facilities and other industrial infrastructures of the Mykolayiv city, one of the largest in Ukraine. Everything indicates that the attack took place from the occupied Kherson regionas reported by the Operational Command “Pivden” (South).
“At dawn, the enemy headed towards Mykolaiv ten Onyx-type rockets fired from the Bastion missile complex in the occupied Kherson region. Once again, they attacked the port facilities and other industrial infrastructure of the city, and impacts were recorded on agricultural land on the outskirts,” he specified.
According to Vladislav Nazarov’s report issued around 1:00 p.m. on the operational situation in southern Ukraine, posted on Facebook and picked up by the Ukrinform and Unian agencies, “scope information is becoming clearer of the damage and the existence of victims“.
The Russian army “is not active, but continues rocket attacks and artillery and mortar shelling of population centers along the line of contact and in our rear,” said the statement issued on Saturday.
The report also adds that the Russian troops attacked in the middle of the night the outskirts of Velyka Kostromka with heavy artillery, although no casualties were reported. Meanwhile, Ukrainian aviation attacked a Russian stronghold near Blahodatnein the Mykolaiv region, and destroyed a TorM1 surface-to-air missile systemtwo infantry fighting vehicles and a dozen soldiers, the report added.
He adds that the defense forces continue to perform combat duties to liberate the territory from Russian troops, while the Russian army keep designing your defensive lines, folding positions. On the other hand, pavlohrad town hallin the Dnipropetrovsk region, reported on Telegram that the city has been the target of a missile attack by Russian forces, according to the Ukrinform agency.
Eddie is an Australian news reporter with over 9 years in the industry and has published on Forbes and tech crunch.