Each missile destroys a bridge or an ammunition depot, Kovalchuk replied.
Ukraine has not yet lost a single MLRS system in battles with the Russian army HIMARSprovided by the States.
About it in an interview tablet magazine said the commander of the Pivden operational command, Major General Andrey Kovalchuk.
“We haven’t had a loss in any of the HIMARS systems yet. This shows how well and quickly we learned how to use them,” he said.
Kovalchuk stressed that every HIMARS missile hits the target.
“Every missile destroys a bridge or an ammunition depot. Our allies have also seen tremendous economic value in the way we use missiles. Each missile fired destroys far more of its value in Russian equipment or ammunition,” the commander said.
Ukrainian troops use missiles against HIMARS much more effectively than the Russians, who use missiles worth millions of dollars for “minor profit,” the general stressed.
War in Ukraine: current data
Russian troops focused on the capture of Donbass.
Enemy led offensives in the Bakhmut and Avdeevsky directions. The Armed Forces of Ukraine repulsed the assaults in the areas of Yakolovka, Vershina, Kodema and Travnevoy. In the area of Bakhmut and Zaitsevo, hostilities continue.
The offensive of the Russians in the Avdeevka area was also reflected. Fights go near Sands.
According to the head of the Luhansk OVA, Sergei Gaidai, the occupiers still cannot capture two unconquered villages in the region. The humanitarian crisis in the occupied territories is getting worse.
Meanwhile, according to SBU Colonel Roman Kostenko, The Russian Federation is building up forces for an offensive in the south and the capture of Odessa and Nikolaev.
Analysts at the Institute for the Study of War noted that the enemy exposes the Slavic direction, concentrating on the southern defensive line. This will probably allow the Armed Forces of Ukraine to launch a counteroffensive in the Izyum direction.