Tanks from Slovenia, the success of the Armed Forces in the south, shelling of Sumy Oblast: the last night’s highlights
20 September, 2022
Tank M-55S, illustrative photo Photo: GlobalSecurity
Slovenia will transfer 28 modernized M-55S tanks to Ukraine; the Armed Forces in the south sank a barge with occupants and weapons; the Russians once again shelled the communities of Sumy Oblast — there were casualties and destruction. Here is what you may have missed from the previous night.

Success of the Armed Forces

In the south, the Armed Forces destroyed 90 Russian soldiers and their hardware. The Russians also unsuccessfully tried to set up an alternative crossing over the Dnipro in the area of Nova Kakhovka and Kozatske.

The barge, loaded with weapons, hardware and personnel, came under fire and replenished the submarine fleet of the occupiers,” the OC “South” reported.

The Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine destroyed 7 aerial targets during the day, including the Russian Su-25 attack aircraft.

Success of the Ukrainian IT army

The Ukrainian IT Army hacked the website of the Wagner private military company, which is participating in the war against Ukraine. This was announced by the Minister of Digital Transformation Mykhailo Fedorov on September 19.

The website of the Wagner group, which is collecting Russian prisoners for the war against Ukraine, was hacked by the IT Army. We have all the personal data of mercenaries. Every executioner, murderer, and rapist will be severely punished. Revenge is inevitable!” - says the message.

Tanks from Slovenia

Slovenia will hand over 28 M-55S tanks to Ukraine, in exchange for which it will receive 35 heavy trucks and five German-made water tankers from Germany.

The M-55S tanks in the storage of the Slovenian army are modernized Soviet T-55 tanks developed at the end the World War II.

As “Militarnyi” notes, many countries that still have old Soviet tanks in service have modernized them. Slovenia carried out the deepest modernization of outdated T-55 tanks.

Evacuation in Kharkiv Oblast

In the de-occupied territories of Kharkiv Oblast, where there is no signal or Internet, the police will conduct a tour of every house and offer people to evacuate. This was announced by the Minister of Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories, Iryna Vereshchuk.

She says that the evacuation from the de-occupied territories of Kharkiv Oblast will be organized following the example of Donetsk Oblast. At the same time, not all residents agree to leave their homes, despite the shelling, says Vereshchuk.

Shelling of Sumy Oblast

On September 19, the Russian occupying forces opened fire on Sumy Oblast with various weapons. As a result of the shelling, two people were injured, and there is destruction.