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Depriving the Russians of the last artery of road traffic, logistics are severely affected, says Kherson region official

Depriving the Russians of the last artery of road traffic, logistics are severely affected, says Kherson region official

Bridge in Kakhovska HPP . region

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Now the Russian military is unable to send weapons and equipment across the river in sufficient quantities, Khelan said.

Commenting on the strike on the bridge, he said, “It was the last transport artery.”

“It was damaged before, but then the occupiers were able to repair the road there.”

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Khelan said Ukrainian forces also destroyed the railway in Kakhovska HPP region, and the Russian occupation administration was unable to repair it.

“In fact, today the occupiers will not be able to supply themselves with weapons by land,” Khelan said, adding that other means will not be able to provide the necessary amount of equipment and weapons to the Russian forces.

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“The only thing they left were the (floating) ferries near the Antonevsky Bridge.”

he said that Antonevsky and Kakhovsky Bridges It is still suitable for infantry traffic and that the invading forces will now be able to evacuate from the right bank areas of Kherson Oblast on foot.

Earlier, the Southern Operations Command of the Ukrainian Army said that the bridge in the Kakhovska HPP region was unusable after the strikes of the Ukrainian armed forces.

A video circulated on social media showed damage to both sides of the road on the bridge, but cars were still able to cross. The footage also showed damage to the railway line and several destroyed Russian military trucks. However, the exact date of the capture has not been confirmed.

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