Russian military report successful day, disabling 83 Ukrainian land-based targets and restore water supply to Crimea

MoD: Russian Military Have Disabled 83 Ukrainian Land-Based Targets Since Beginning of Special Op
The Russian military has disabled 83 ground facilities of the Ukrainian military structure after strikes, Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said on Thursday, adding that the military has successfully completed all goals for today.
The military spokesman also said that forces of Donetsk and Lugansk People’s republics have managed to break through the defence of Ukrainian forces.
“Groups of troops of the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics broke through the well-equipped layered defense of the armed forces of Ukraine and advanced 6-8 kilometers in-depth,” Konashenkov said.
In addition, the spokesman said that Russian troops have restored the water supply to Crimea.
“The joint use of raid detachments and airborne troops in the Crimean direction ensured the advance of Russian troops to the city of Kherson. This made it possible to unblock the North Crimean Canal and restore the water supply to the Crimean peninsula,” Konashenkov said.
Ukraine used to provide up to 85% of the needs of Crimea in fresh water through the North Crimean Canal coming from the Dnieper River. However, after the reunification of Crimea with Russia, the supply of water through the canal to the peninsula was completely blocked by Kiev.

2 Responses to “Russian military report successful day, disabling 83 Ukrainian land-based targets and restore water supply to Crimea”

  1. ian says:

    Good find Tap. Thanks.

  2. sovereigntea says:

    Were these facilities captured ?

    The Ukrainian-American program for the study of dangerous biological objects is controlled by one of the Pentagon structures, the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA). Over 16 years, US military biologists managed to achieve significant success. According to project’s Acting Deputy, Joseph Pennington, Ukraine received more than $ 200 million from the Pentagon to create a network of biological laboratories. The money went to the opening of 15 bio labs across the country to work on the study and enhancement of pathogens and the most dangerous diseases.

    For example, in Kharkiv, as well as Kiev, Odessa and Lviv biolabs, studies were conducted on seroprevalence to hantaviruses among healthy servicemen of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (a project under the code UP-8). The US titled the task for their Ukrainian sub-contractors as “The spread of the Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus (GLCC virus) and hantaviruses in Ukraine and the potential need for differential diagnosis in patients with suspected leptospirosis.”