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Intense Airstrikes Escalate in Russian-Ukrainian Conflict- General Staff of the Armed Forces

According to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, on Wednesday, there were intense clashes between Russian occupying forces and Ukrainian troops. The Russians carried out a total of 17 airstrikes and 23 combat clashes along the front.

The Russian forces focused their main efforts on several fronts including Kupiansk, Lyman, Bakhmut, Avdiivka, and Marinka. In their attempts to improve their tactical position, the Russians conducted unsuccessful offensive actions near Masiutivka on the Kupiansk front. On the Lyman front, they carried out an airstrike near the settlement of Dibrova, but did not engage in offensive operations. Similarly, on the Bakhmut front, their offensive actions near Ivanivske were unsuccessful, and they conducted an airstrike on the settlement of Bila Hora.

In the Avdiivka front, the Russians launched unsuccessful offensives towards Novokalynove and Avdiivka, while conducting airstrikes in the areas of Novokalynove and Stepove. On the Marinka front, the Defence Forces successfully repelled numerous Russian attacks in the vicinity of the city of Marinka.

Several settlements in the contact line areas were targeted by Russian fire, causing significant concern. Meanwhile, the Ukrainian Air Force responded by delivering seven strikes on Russian personnel and military equipment clusters. Ukrainian defenders also destroyed two Shahed attack UAVs and one Orlan-10 reconnaissance UAV.

Furthermore, the Rocket Forces and Artillery units struck two areas where Russian manpower was concentrated, along with four ammunition depots, an electronic warfare station, four artillery units in firing positions, and four other important Russian targets.

The situation remains highly volatile, with ongoing clashes and airstrikes in various areas. The Ukrainian Armed Forces are actively engaged in defending their positions and retaliating against Russian aggression.

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