⚡️ General Staff: Russia shoots down own helicopter in friendly fire in Kherson.— The Kyiv Independent (@KyivIndependent) July 27, 2022
The Russian military shot down their own Kamov Ka-52 helicopter in Kherson Oblast when attempting to attack Ukrainian units, reported the General Staff of Ukraine’s Armed Forces.
Local residents told @currenttimetv that when Russian troops occupied their village, they were dumbfounded by Ukraine's "high living standards," like having a shower or bath in every house.— Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (@RFERL) July 27, 2022
Now, most of the village is in ruins, leaving many locals homeless and in need. pic.twitter.com/959bwNkmXr
New posters from occupied Kherson, the region with the sweetest watermelons in Ukraine— Alina Bondarenko 🇺🇦 (@alina_bondarnk) July 27, 2022
"Occupant, leave or HIMARS will help you"
"This HIMAR has ripened for the new shot"
"Ukrainian Armed Forces is like watermelon season: COMING SOON"
"Russians, we're coming for our watermelons" pic.twitter.com/LdkN2J5Ywi
This is how Antonovskyi bridge in Kherson looks like after this night’s shelling by Ukraine’s Armed Forces. The bridge is now impassable for heavy equipment, which makes Russia’s task to resupply its forces in Kherson way harder #StopRussia pic.twitter.com/q68FiY8679— UkraineWorld (@ukraine_world) July 27, 2022
❗️Just adopted❗️— EU Transport (@Transport_EU) July 27, 2022
Amended #TEN_T proposal to reflect infrastructure impacts of Russia’s aggression against Ukraine:
✔️4 🇪🇺 Transport Corridors extended to 🇺🇦 &🇲🇩
✔️Removal of 🇷🇺 & 🇧🇾 from TEN-T maps
More ▶️ https://t.co/D9NGlQ5oYl#StandwithUkraine pic.twitter.com/JUDqT50HyY