Ukrainian forces conduct assault actions in Bakhmut sector – General Staff
Ukraine's Armed Forces are conducting assault operations in the Bakhmut sector and continue their offensive operations in the Melitopol sector
The Ukrainian Armed Forces' General Staff reported this on September 11.
Ukrainian aviation launched 7 strikes on Russian forces' positions
In turn, the missile troops destroyed 5 enemy artillery pieces.
The Ukrainian Air Defense Forces destroyed 12 Shahed drones.
Russian forces launched 10 missile strikes, 46 airstrikes per day
They also launched 37 attacks with multiple launch rocket systems at the Ukrainian troops' positions and populated areas. Unfortunately, the Russian terrorist attacks have resulted in deaths and injuries among the civilian population. Private houses and other civilian infrastructure were destroyed and damaged.
Over 20 combat engagements took place during the day.
The operational situation in eastern and southern Ukraine remains challenging.
Near the state Ukrainian border with Russia and Belarus, the situation hasn't changed significantly, and no enemy offensive groups have been detected.
At the same time, the Russian army continued shelling the entire borderline with mortars and artillery: over 7 settlements across the Chernihiv, Sumy, and Kharkiv regions were attacked.
Russian attacks in other Ukrainian regions
In the Kupyansk direction, 5 settlements of the Kharkiv region came under artillery shelling.
In the Lyman direction, over 5 settlements in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions came under Russian fire.
In the Bakhmut direction, over 10 localities in the Donetsk region were attacked by the invading Russian forces.
In the Avdiivka direction, more than 5 settlements in the Donetsk region were attacked.
In the Maryinka direction, over 10 settlements in the Donetsk region came under shelling.
In the Shakhtarsk direction, over 10 localities in the Donetsk region were shelled.
In the Zaporizhzhia and Kherson directions, about 10 towns and villages were subjected to numerous attacks by the occupying Russian army.
Near the coast of the temporarily occupied Crimea in the Black Sea, Ukrainian defenders have taken control of the so-called ‘Boyko Towers’, the oil and gas drilling platforms that have been seized since 2015 by Russia.