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Ukrainian Azov fighters show repelling Russian assault near Terny

Ukrainian Azov fighters show repelling Russian assault near Terny 12th Special Operations Brigade Azov showed footage of repelling the enemy's assault near the village of Terny (photo: Getty Images)

Military personnel from the 12th Special Operations Brigade Azov, alongside another unit of the Armed Forces, repelled a Russian assault near Terny in the Donetsk region, utilizing strike drones and artillery, according to the Azov Telegram channel.

In repelling this enemy attack, the Azov fighters were assisted by soldiers from the 60th Separate Mechanized Brigade (SMB).

Warriors have released footage of one of the enemy assaults in the Terny area in the Lyman direction.

In Azov, it was clarified that the Russian attack was repelled using strike drones and artillery even before the Russian army approached the infantry positions.

It is also indicated that Russia's mass attacks on the positions of the Ukrainian Defense Forces near Terny were carried out daily.

"When daytime assaults failed, the enemy attacked at night: 'By morning, we counted the destroyed targets. Our means of destruction were ahead of the target for the whole day,'" the post states.

Situation near Terny and on the frontline

At the end of June, it became known that Ukrainian military forces managed to push back the Russian army from Terny and Yampolivka in the Donetsk region. Specifically, the Armed Forces of Ukraine regained positions near the village.

Previously, the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported in their nightly summary that on June 4, there were 130 combat engagements on the frontlines.

The military command also disclosed that in the Lyman direction, Russian forces attempted 14 times to advance near Hrekivka, Makiivka, and Terny. Ukrainian warriors repelled 13 Russian attacks, with one ongoing battle near Nevske at the time of the report's publication.