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Ukraine announces successful use of long-range weapons hitting a target 700km away

by Mark Channer War Correspondent
31st Aug 23 4:08 pm

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said during a conference call on Thursday with heads of key ministries and departments that they have successfully used long-range weapons.

He said that he heard in a report delivered by the Ministry of Defense over the supply of weapons and ammunition.

Ukraine received a large batch of medevac (armored personnel carriers), he said this is “What is really needed now.”

Zelensky said on Telegram, “Daily conference call. Heard the report delivered by the Commander-in-Chief on the situation on the battlefield. Defensive and offensive actions.

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“Our forward movement does not stop.

“[Report] of the Ministry of Strategic Industry – about its own production. The successful use of our long-range weapons: the target was hit 700 kilometers away.”

President Zelensky also announced that the Ministry of Infrastructure is preparing the next steps within the grain corridor in the Black Sea.

Cabinet of Ministers and the President’s Office are also working on getting ready for winter which is weeks away from starting and are working on the energy system, invincibility points and bomb shelters.

He announced that the Ministry of Internal Affairs have reported on the removal of the consequences of Russian bombing and the security situation before the start of the new year.

He added, “We keep everything under control. We continue to work.”

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