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Armed Forces destroyed over 500 occupants in Tavria sector

Armed Forces destroyed over 500 occupants in Tavria sector Ukrainian Armed Forces destroyed over 500 occupants in Tavria sector (Photo: Getty Images)

During the past day, on November 10, Ukrainian forces destroyed 505 Russian occupiers in the Tavria direction and another terrorist was captured, according to the Joint Press Center of the Tavria Defense Forces.

In the Tavria direction, the enemy:

  • conducted 18 air strikes;
  • engaged in 40 battles;
  • launched 1042 artillery strikes.

Avdiivka direction

Russians are not giving up attempts to encircle Avdiivka. Defense forces repelled 14 enemy attacks near Stepove, Avdiivka, Tonenke, and Pervomaiske in the Donetsk region.

Mariupol direction

The enemy unsuccessfully stormed near Mariupol in the Donetsk region, where our defenders repelled 17 attacks.

Shakhtarsk direction

Russians conducted assault operations in the area of Staromykhailivka in the Donetsk region but failed.

Zaporizhzhia direction

The enemy did not engage in offensive actions.

Achievements of Ukrainian soldiers

"The defense forces of Ukraine continue their offensive operation on the Melitopol direction, causing losses to the occupying forces in personnel and equipment, wearing out the enemy along the entire front line," the press service wrote.

Units of missile troops and artillery carried out 1488 fire missions. The enemy's losses amounted to 505 people, and another one was captured.

Ukrainian soldiers destroyed 19 units of military equipment, including:

  • 7 BMPs;
  • 1 artillery system;
  • 2 ATGMs;
  • 3 UAVs;
  • 5 vehicles;
  • 1 unit of special equipment.

Losses of Russia in the war

The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported that during the past day, on November 8, the losses of terrorists amounted to 780 units of live force. Since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of Russia into the territory of Ukraine, the terrorist country has lost about 307,640 military personnel.

Meanwhile, border guards shared photos of downed UAVs with an anti-drone rifle.