Battles in the Tauri direction – the Ukrainian Armed Forces captured almost 25 more invaders

Battles in the Tauri direction – the Ukrainian Armed Forces captured almost 25 more invaders


During the past week (February 5-11), the Defense Forces of Ukraine captured the Tavria operational-strategic troop grouping in the operational zone almost 25 Russian invaders. Half of them – for February 11, primarily in the Zaporozhye direction.

Alexander Tarnavskyi, commander of the “Tavriya” OSG, reported on the results of combat operations on his Telegram channel. The brigadier general noted that the intensity of armed clashes in the area of ​​responsibility of the ego OSHV has increasedthat is why the number of captured military personnel of the aggressor country of the Russian Federation is also increasing.

The total losses of the enemy for February 11 amounted to 449 occupants and 27 units of military equipment, not including UAVs.

Among the destroyed enemy equipment were five tanks, 18 armored fighting vehicles, two artillery systems, one car and one unit of special equipment. In addition, the defenders of our country neutralized 122 Russian drones of different types.


The full-scale war in Ukraine has been going on for 719 days.

Tarnavsky ended the post with the words: “Together we will win! Glory to Ukraine!”.


The front line in the south of Ukraine

As previously written by OBOZ.UA:

– On February 11, our soldiers liquidated 790 Russian invaders in Ukraine. Taking this figure into account, since the beginning of the full-scale war, defenders have already “demilitarized” 395,990 servicemen of the enemy army.

– On February 12, according to the operational summary of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, 63 combat clashes took place.

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