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Battle rages on: Ukrainian forces destroy three Russian tanks, nine armored vehicles, and 42 artillery systems over last 24 hours

The battle for Vovchansk is ongoing on the Kharkiv front.
A Ukrainian soldier on the frontlines. Photo: General Staff via Facebook
Battle rages on: Ukrainian forces destroy three Russian tanks, nine armored vehicles, and 42 artillery systems over last 24 hours

The General Staff of the Ukrainian Army reports that over the past day, Russian forces launched 74 aviation bombs and 3000 times shelled Ukrainian positions and settlements.

The Russian attacks resulted in casualties among civilians. Multi-storey and private houses, as well as other infrastructure objects, have been damaged or destroyed.

On 26 June, Ukrainian forces struck three Russian command posts, one air defense system, two ammunition depots, and 15 areas of personnel concentration. The occupiers lost 1260 soldiers, three tanks, nine combat armored vehicles, and 42 artillery systems.

The Ukrainian military reports that the battle for Vovchansk is currently continuing on the Kharkiv front. Yesterday, the Russians lost 150 soldiers, three artillery systems, one air defense system, and six vehicles on this front.

According to the General Staff, four clashes have been reported near Stepova Novoselivka, Pishchane, Stelmakhivka, and Andriivka since the beginning of the day on the Kupiansk front. Two Russian assaults are still ongoing.

On the Kramatorsk front, the occupiers persist in their attempts to break through in the Chasiv Yar area, and two assaults are ongoing.

In addition, the Ukrainian Army says that Russia holds seven ships in the Azov Sea, two of which are equipped with 16 Kalibr cruise missiles.

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