Ukraine, Prigozhin attacks Gerasimov: “A commander” ANSA News Agency

“I read an article about Gerasimov by an Australian military expert, a general. The article is entitled “More dangerous than the enemy”. Surely, after this article, Ukrainians will closely watch the movements of the “great commander” so as not to accidentally get hit. Such a crappy military command is very important for the enemy’s victory…”. Wagner boss Yevgeny Prigozhin wrote this on Telegram, again attacking Russian chief of staff Valery Gerasimov. Prigozhin also urged him to “let him go to Bakhmut with Little Red Riding Hood, at your invitation,” adding: “They are in no danger unless their own people beat them. Ukrainians kiss these leaders on the ass and protect them, they are the key to their destiny.” Success”.

“The Ukrainian armed forces have gained at least a kilometer of territory in Bakhmut as a result of the Russian withdrawal.” This reflects the “lack of credible combat units”. The British secret service explained this in its most recent briefing, writes the Guardian. The area is tactically significant as it is a Russian bridgehead on the west side of the Donets-Donbass Canal, marking the front line, the British ministry said in its update published on Twitter.

“Sixth airstrike on capital since early May”. This is what the head of the city’s military administration writes in Telegram Kyiv, Serhiy Popko, reports on an attack that took place against the capital last night. “This time the enemy launched an attack using only unmanned aerial vehicles. During the latest air alert, which lasted 2.5 hours in Kiev, Iranian ‘Shahed’ munitions were detected in the airspace heading towards the capital. Enemy drones moving in the direction of Kiev were successfully destroyed” and “no damage or casualties were reported in the capital,” Popko explained.

“Russian troops attacked in the night Mykolayiv, in southern Ukraine, using Iranian-made Shahed drones, injuring three civilians,” said Vitaliy Kim, head of the Mykolaiv Regional Military Administration, according to Ukrinform. Another two-story building was destroyed. The raids sparked fires. Three people were injured,” he said.

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