Missile attack on the Chongar Bridge and its consequences

Missile attack on the Chongar Bridge and its consequences

Yesterday there were several missile strikes on the bridge in Chongar, which connects occupied Crimea and the Kherson region. The bridge was probably struck by a British Storm Shadow missile.

We need to understand that this is not just a blow to the bridge, but a blow to the “land corridor”. 70% of all military/civilian traffic from Crimea went through Chongar.

The logistics of supplying the Russian army after the bridge attack will obviously become more complicated, and the risk of new attacks will make the Russians think about what to do next.

Missile attack on the Chongar Bridge

That is, in the long run, it will be more difficult for the Russians to move equipment through Crimea and supply their troops in southern Ukraine with everything they need. Of course, there is also the Mariupol line, but we are talking about complications here, not a complete loss of logistics.

Now the experts say that the repair of the Chongar bridge can take several weeks, but this is provided that there are no repeated strikes.


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