In the south, the Armed Forces of Ukraine completed a set of fire missions, hitting columns of Russian equipment and personnel buildups.
"Our units completed a set of fire missions, in particular hitting the columns of enemy equipment and the buildups of the occupiers' units. Losses are being specified," the Operational Command "South" posted on Facebook.
As of November 11, the situation in the command's area of responsibility remains difficult and tense but is under the control of the Defense Forces of Ukraine.
The enemy continues to regroup and redeploy troops to the left bank of the Dnipro River. At the same time, the invaders actively work on the information front, trying to justify their maneuvers and accuse the Defense Forces of Ukraine of harming the local population.
Meanwhile, the Russian military, according to the Operational Command "South", continues to loot the settlements from which they are retreating. Invaders cause the utmost damage to transport and critical infrastructure.
The Russians also intensify police terror against the local population, in particular prohibiting movement in populated areas, exacerbating the humanitarian crisis.
It was established that the enemy continues to equip the system of defense lines, mine roads and infrastructure facilities. According to the command data, civilian casualties as a result of mine blasts are reported.
As noted, "in contrast to its failures at the front, the enemy intensifies attacks on the rear territories." On the night of November 11, Russian troops attacked an energy infrastructure facility in Vinnytsia region with kamikaze drones. Nobody was injured.
The invaders once again struck Mykolaiv region with S-300 missiles. In particular, newly liberated territories came under enemy fire.
Throughout the night, Russian troops terrorized Nikopol district of Dnipropetrovsk region. Marhanets, Nikopol, and Myrove communities came under enemy fire, residential buildings were damaged. The enemy used MLRS, heavy artillery, and mortars. No civilian casualties were reported.
The enemy keeps 19 ships, including two missile carriers with 16 Kalibr missiles onboard, in the Black Sea.
As reported, on the night of November 11, the Russian army struck Mykolaiv with missiles, hitting a five-story residential building. Initially, two killed and two injured were reported.
Later it became known that the death toll rose to seven.