The occupiers in Kherson "invented" an alternative way to the Antonovsky bridge
The supply of the Russian army on the right bank of the Kherson region was carried out through the Dnieper.
The Russian army in Kherson decided to lay an "alternative" route for the crossing of personnel and equipment to the Antonov bridge.
The occupiers laid a pontoon crossing near the Antonovsky bridge, as evidenced by eyewitness footage.
In addition to the conveyor, towing boats are also involved. It looks quite banal: 4 tugboats pull pontoons with cars from one side.
It is reported that the Russians attach military equipment to civilian vehicles, thus using civilians as human shields.
Attacks on bridges in the Kherson region
On July 19 and 27, the Armed Forces of Ukraine carried out a number of strikes on the Antonovsky bridge, which connects the shores of Russian-occupied Kherson. Due to the damage done, it is impossible to move on it.
On July 24, the only bridge across the Ingulets in the Kherson region was also attacked by the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Lieutenant General Igor Romanenko confirmed that the situation with the Antonovsky bridge in Kherson was taken under the fire control of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
According to expert Ivan Kirichevsky, to leave the city's cut-off coast, the Russian invaders will have to leave all their heavy equipment here.
As noted in British intelligence, the Armed Forces of Ukraine have created a foothold south of the Ingulets River, which forms the northern border of Russian-occupied Kherson. The supply of the Russian army on the right bank of the Kherson region was carried out through the Dnieper.