Russian forces lost a key supply link after unknown saboteurs blew up a railway bridge yesterday.
The bridge in the Zaporizhzhia region connected the cities of Melitopol and Tokmak in eastern Ukraine.
The ‘Z’ symbol is often used on Russian transport in Ukraine, including trains, making the invading force identifiable.
Sprotyv, a website created by the Special Operations Forces of Ukraine, reported the event.
It said: “This afternoon we have received information that a railway bridge between Melitopol and Tokmak was blown up.
“The explosion took place in the occupied village of Liubymivka.
“This railway line was used by rashists to deliver weapons and military equipment to the front line by train.”