Ukrainian defenders repel 11 Russian attacks and destroy occupiers command post General Staff


Ukrainian defenders have repelled 11 Russian attacks and hit a Russian occupiers’ command post.

Source: General Staff report of the Armed Forces of Ukraine as of 18.00 on 28 September

Quote: "During the current day, units of the Ukrainian Defence Forces have repelled enemy attacks in the areas of Zaitseve, Maiorsk, Zalizne, Odradivka, Mykolaivka Druha, Ozerianivka, Pervomaiske, Pobieda, Novomykhailivka, Pavlivka and Bezimenne.

Air Defence Forces struck two Russian strong points during the day in order to support ground force actions.

Rocket Forces and Artillery hit a command post, 4 areas where Russian personnel and equipment were concentrated, and one relay station."

Details: It is noted that the Russian army continues to carry out the task of fully occupying Donetsk Oblast and maintaining the temporarily captured territories.

Over the current day, the occupiers carried out 2 missile and 3 air strikes, and carried out more than 6 attacks from MLRSs.

More than 8 settlements were affected by Russian army strikes. In particular, Siversk, Bilohorivka, Marinka, Mykolaiv, Vyshchetarasivka, Ternovi Pody, Myrne and Novohryhorivka.

On the Pivdennyi Buh, Zaporizhzhia, Novopavlivka, Avdiivka, Bakhmut, Sivershchyna, Slobozhanshchyna and Kramatorsk fronts, the Russian forces attacked settlements with tanks, mortars, tubed and rocket artillery.

The Russian army also carried out up to 40 UAV sorties on the Pivdennyi Buh front for reconnaissance, fire adjustment and strikes on civil infrastructure facilities.

So-called "partial" mobilisation measures are ongoing in the Russian Federation and parts of the Ukrainian oblasts temporarily occupied by Russia.

In remote settlements of the Russian Federation, the entire male population of a certain age category is subject to being called up, despite having no military service or combat experience in the past.

Cases of the mobilisation of people with disabilities, cancer patients, parents with many children and persons over sixty years of age are not uncommon.

Newly arrived personnel at assembly points in Belgorod and Rostov oblasts in Russia must purchase winter uniforms and protective equipment at their own expense.

People of conscription age in the Russian Federation are looking for a way to evade being called up: in the temporarily occupied territory of Crimea, men try to pay [officials] off with a bribe, go abroad, get a job at a critical infrastructure enterprise, or commit a petty crime.

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