Armed Forces of Ukraine hit 40 wagons with Russian equipment

Probably, the number of those wishing to leave Kherson and its environs will increase.

Instead of the Antonovsky Bridge, the occupiers use ferry crossings / screenshot of the video

As a result of the Ukrainian strike on the Russian echelon with ammunition in the Kherson region in southern Ukraine, it is unlikely that the rail link connecting Kherson with Crimea will remain operational.

This is stated in report British intelligence.

Military analysts added that it is likely that the number of people wishing to leave Kherson and its environs will increase. “This will put pressure on transport hubs and routes, which will likely lead to traffic control measures being taken,” the report says.

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As specified in Britain, the occupiers are likely to repair the railway line connecting the occupied Kherson region and Crimea within a few days, although it will remain vulnerable.

At the same time, Russian forces will try to use the ferry instead of the Antonovsky bridge in Kherson to transfer equipment.

Russia has set up a ferry crossing to replace the damaged Antonovsky Bridge across the Dnieper River in Kherson for civilian use. However, the Russian armed forces will almost certainly use it for troop transport and logistics, British intelligence said.

As UNIAN wrote, on the eve of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the Kherson region destroyed the train with occupants’ equipment from more than 40 wagons.

According to intelligence data, all the machinists and engineers of the Russian Railways company, who transported military cargo from Crimea to the Kherson region, died.

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