Ukrainian soldiers and partisans destroy Russian electronic warfare systems near Melitopol

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Protest against the Russian occupiers in Melitopol
Protest against the Russian occupiers in Melitopol

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The Russian army was using the stations to jam Ukrainian military communications lines.

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Besides those stations, Ukrainian soldiers and partisans also destroyed several Russian artillery systems.

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“As a response to its losses on the battlefields, the enemy is setting up more checkpoints, where they check not only private cars, but public transportations vehicles as well,” says the report from Zaporizhzhya Oblast Military Administration.

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On May 21, Russian invasion forces shelled civilian infrastructure in Zaporizhzhya region. The towns and villages that were most severely damaged are as follows: Olgovske, Zatyshshya, Gulyaypole, Orihove, Novodanylivka, and Kamyanske.

The Russian army is also making preparations for a potential Ukrainian counteroffensive operation, building fortifications to protect their defensive positions in the parts of southern Ukraine Russia has occupied.