Over the current day, the enemy launched two missile attacks on targets in Ukraine and carried out 12 attacks from multiple launch rocket systems.

The enemy carried out 12 attacks from multiple launch rocket systems / photo t.me / pavlokyrylenko_donoda

As a result of a missile strike by Russian invaders, civilian infrastructure facilities in Svyatogorsk Donetsk region.

This is stated in the operational information of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine regarding the Russian invasion as of 18:00, published in Facebook.

“Over the current day, the enemy launched 2 missile strikes and carried out 12 attacks from multiple launch rocket systems. The civilian infrastructure facilities of the city of Svyatogorsk suffered from the missile strike of the Russian invaders,” the statement said.

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In addition, as the General Staff informs, the situation in the Volyn and Polesye directions has not changed significantly.

At the same time, enemy troops carried out shelling in the Slobozhansky, Kupyansky, Limansky, Bakhmutsky, Avdeevsky, Novopavlovsky, Zaporizhzhya, Krivoy Rog and Kherson directions.

Situation in Donbass:

In October 2022, the offensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine began in the east and south of Ukraine. In two communities of Donetsk region from the Russian occupiers were released 40 settlements. To de-occupied Svyatogorsk and Liman Donetsk region brought electricity.

According to ISW analysts, Russia loses its ability to attack in the Donbass and is afraid of the counteroffensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on Kremnevaya.

The office of the President of Ukraine added that Russia no longer needs Donetsk and Luhansk regions.

At the same time, in the de-occupied territories, find bodies Ukrainians killed by Russians. So, on October 20, it became known that law enforcement officers found the bodies of 12 civilians killed by the Russian military during the occupation. It is noted that 8 bodies were found in Liman, 2 in Novoselovka and 2 in Sosnovy.

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