We carried out “offensive operations” in the Zaporizhia region

On Saturday, the Russian army announced that it had carried out “offensive operations” in the region Zaporizhia Southern Ukraine allowed him to control “favorable sites”.

And the Russian Ministry of Defense stated in a statement that, “In the Zaporizhia district, following offensive operations, units of the Eastern Military District took control of more favorable lines and positions,” without adding details, according to AFP.

7 kilometers

It is noteworthy that earlier on Saturday, a member of the Main Council of the Zaporizhya Province Administration, Vladimir Rogov, revealed that the Russian forces had advanced 7 kilometers in Zaporizhya from the front line.

He wrote on Telegram: “Today’s results on the Zaporizhia front: In one day, our forces advanced to a depth of about 7 kilometers. At least 7 districts were liberated,” according to Russian media.

While he pointed out that “the enemy’s artillery suffers from a severe shortage of shells.”

From Zaporizhia (archive from Reuters)

From Zaporizhia (archive from Reuters)

Destroy the arms hangar

This came after Rogov told Russian media, on Friday, that the fighting is in a province Zaporizhia It intensified almost along the entire front line.

Also on Friday, the Russian Ministry of Defense announced the liberation of the village of Lubkov on the Zaporizhia axis. A hangar for weapons and equipment was also destroyed in the Kamenskoye region.

It also added that the Ukrainian forces lost up to 90 dead and wounded, 4 armored fighting vehicles, 3 cars, an Akatsia self-propelled howitzer, and two D-20 and D-30 cannons.

From Zaporizhia (archive from Reuters)

From Zaporizhia (archive from Reuters)

March 2022

It is reported that Russian forces took control of the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant in March 2022, shortly after the start of its military operation in Ukraine.

The station, the largest nuclear power plant in Europe, was repeatedly bombed, which raised fears of a nuclear catastrophe, while Moscow and Kiev exchange accusations in the bombing.

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