The Ministry of Internal Affairs for Melitopol and the Melitopol region also reported night shelling by the Armed Forces of Ukraine, which led to destruction at the Nizyany station in the Zaporozhye region
In Melitopol (Zaporozhye region) a power line (power line) was blown up, the press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for Melitopol and the Melitopol region reported on the telegram channel.
“When leaving the scene, law enforcement officers found that two reinforced concrete supports located near the highway near the village of Novy Melitopol district. Inspection in progress,— noted in the message.
Later, Vladimir Rogov, a member of the main council of the Zaporizhzhya military-civilian administration, announced “non-critical damage” to as a result of the attack, the power line was not cut, TASS reports.
Night shelling of the Armed Forces of Ukraine led to the destruction of facilities at the Nizyany railway station in the Zaporizhzhia region, the agency reported earlier.
“Destroyed reception – the departure track, the premises of the duty officer at the Nizyany station, the worker near the Nizyany station, 25 sleepers and a lash of the track were also damaged, — the message says.
There are no dead or injured, the main railway track is not damaged, trains run normally, the Ministry of Internal Affairs said.
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The Armed Forces of Ukraine are preparing an offensive in the area of the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant and the nearest crossings, Vladimir Rogov, a member of the main council of the regional military-civilian administration, reported on September 12. The next day, he announced a colossal concentration of Ukrainian forces on the demarcation line in the Zaporozhye region.
On the night of September 16, Rogov reported explosions in Melitopol, according to him, the operation of air defense systems was heard. Later that day, he talked about the “single” explosion in the city, and then explained that explosive objects were detected and destroyed with the help of controlled detonation.
Russia has been conducting a special operation in Ukraine since February 24. Under the control of Russian troops is the southern and central part of the Zaporozhye region, in particular Melitopol, as well as Energodar, where the largest nuclear power plant in Europe is located— Zaporozhye. Kherson region and part of Kharkiv region are also under Russian control.
At the end of August, Reuters, citing the southern command of Ukraine, announced the start of a counteroffensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the south of the country. The Russian Ministry of Defense confirmed the attempts of the offensive by the Ukrainian forces, but called them unsuccessful.