Russians involve aviation more and more frequently General Staff report
The General Staff of Ukraine’s Armed Forces notes the increasing activity of Russian combat aviation on all fronts.
Source: General Staff of Ukraine’s Armed Forces on Telegram
Details: The report says that the Russian occupiers performed 24 air strikes and seven missile strikes during the day. In addition, they carried out more than 30 attacks using multiple-launch rocket systems (MLRS). Casualties among civilians were reported. The premises of the Regional Infectious Disease Hospital in Kherson were damaged.
Despite significant losses, the Russians continue their offensive on the Bakhmut, Lyman, Avdiivka and Novopavlivka fronts. They are on the defensive on the Kupiansk, Zaporizhzhia and Kherson fronts.
The occupiers also continue to use the network of civilian healthcare facilities in the temporarily occupied territory to treat their wounded soldiers.
In the temporarily occupied resort village of Zaliznyi Port in Skadovsk District (Kherson Oblast) the Russian so-called "administration" is carrying out a census and confiscation of businesses (boarding houses, cafés, restaurants) that have not been re-registered under Russian law from Ukrainian citizens.
In response, the Air Force of Ukraine’s Armed Forces delivered seven strikes on clusters of Russian military personnel, as well as a strike on the positions of anti-aircraft missile systems.
During the day, on 27 January, anti-aircraft missile units of the Air Force of Ukraine’s Armed Forces shot down a Russian Su-25 jet and a Mi-8 helicopter.
The units of Rocket forces and Artillery targeted two clusters of occupiers’ personnel.
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