Andriy Koromyslo, a soldier of the Dnepropetrovsk Oblast, was killed near Robotyny, Zaporizhia Oblast. This was announced on the Facebook page of the Interregional Vocational Retraining Center.
Andriy Koromyslo, a soldier of the Dnipro Region, was killed near Robotyny, Zaporizhia Oblast. This was announced on the Facebook page of the Interregional Vocational Retraining Center.
According to the report, on August 25, a graduate of the Interregional Vocational Retraining Center died near the village of Robotyne in Zaporozhye.
The military joined the ranks of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in January 2022. He was a gunner of the 82nd separate airborne assault brigade. From the beginning of the full-scale invasion, he managed to take part in military exercises in Germany and was the driver of an armored personnel carrier.
The soldier left behind his wife, daughter, mother, and sister.
“The man loved his girls incredibly and it was for them that he bravely defended his home. We will never forget those who gave what was most valuable for our future - their lives," says the center's website.
As a result of shelling of the Nikopol Oblast of the Dnipro Oblast on the night of September 18, 5 houses, a private enterprise and an outbuilding were destroyed, and 6 more were damaged.
Russian troops attacked the district 4 times. The communes of Nikopol, Myrivska and Marganiecka were shelled by heavy artillery.
At dawn, two cruise missiles were shot down over the Dnipro region.
The prosecutor's office of the Dnipro region reported suspicion of high treason against a resident of Dnieper under part 2 of Art. 111 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine. According to the prosecutor's office, he corrected the attacks of Russian troops on the city's critical infrastructure.
The investigation findings show that the suspect was recruited by the Russian secret services in June this year. At the request of the representative of the Russian Federation, he collected data on the movement of military equipment, the location of the Ukrainian air defense system and the location of the Dnieper electricity and railway stations.
The suspect was traveling around the city and filming infrastructure facilities with his phone. The agent sent videos and text messages via Telegram. For these "services", the person involved received money on a bank card. The amount of the reward depended on the value of the information – from $50 to $100.
At the same time, the man understood that the information obtained was used by the Russian army to prepare new missile attacks on the city's energy facilities, the prosecutor's office notes.
During the search, the suspect's computer equipment, a mobile phone as evidence of intelligence and sabotage activities for the Russian army, and ammunition were seized. He is currently in custody.