Repulsed attack: Ukrainian military successfully eliminate enemy assault unit in Kharkiv region (photos)

The first photos of Russian armored vehicles lost near the Russian-Ukrainian border in Kharkiv region have been posted online.

The relevant photos were published by DeepState on the social network X.

The published photo shows a destroyed Russian assault group that crossed the border into Ukraine.

In total, three pieces of equipment were eliminated, including an enemy tank and armored personnel carriers.

Another footage of the destruction of the Russians was published in the telegram channel Oстрые Kartuzy

In the morning, Russian troops began shelling the city of Vovchansk with cannon and rocket artillery.

In addition, enemy sabotage and reconnaissance groups attempted to infiltrate the territory of Ukraine, which resulted in a battle between Ukrainian border guards.

There were also repeated attempts to break through the defense lines of the Defense Forces on the border. According to DeepState, the enemy managed to create a temporary bridgehead and make a small breakthrough of the border.

The Ministry of Defense of Ukraine reported that during that day the enemy bombarded the territory with precision-guided aircraft bombs.

At the same time, battles of varying intensity are taking place, and reserve units have been sent to the area of combat operations to help the main units destroy the enemy.

After the liberation of the Kharkiv region, Ukraine began building fortifications and defensive positions in case of a new enemy offensive.

On the morning of May 10, 2024, Russian rocket artillery began shelling the city of Vovchansk, which is located 5 km from the border with Russia.

The head of the Kharkiv Regional Military Administration, Oleh Syniehubov, said that no losses of territory in the north of Kharkiv region have been reported so far and urged residents of the areas adjacent to the border to evacuate.

Source Military
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