Ukrainian forces have hit three bridges in the Kherson region as part of its campaign to hamper Russian logistics in occupied areas, APA reports citing CNN.
Two bridges over the Dnipro river were hit, as well as another bridge further north, according to Dmytro Butriy, a Ukrainian official who is acting head of the Kherson military administration.
The Ukrainian military "work very precisely on the enemy's warehouses and manpower accumulation and very effectively on the enemy's logistics chains," Butriy told a news briefing.
Butriy said the strikes on Antonivskyi bridge, Dariivskyi bridge, and Kakhovskyi bridge mean "the movement of the heavy equipment and vehicles is very complicated."
"They [Russian forces] are making the attempts to repair these bridges. There is information that they are planning to organize a pontoon crossing," he said.