Russian troops continue to advance gradually, trying to surround the city of Lysychansk. On June 25, the occupiers advanced another 2 km in the area of the Lysychansk Oil Refinery south of the city.
This is stated in the summary of British intelligence.
In addition, the British suggest that a missile strike on the Kremenchuk shopping center on June 27 was aimed at nearby infrastructure, but hit the mall due to the inaccuracy of Russian missiles at long distances.
It is almost certain that Russia will continue to strike, trying to prevent the replenishment of the Ukrainian military. Russiaʼs lack of modern high-precision firearms and the professional shortcomings of their guidance planners are likely to lead to new civilian casualties.
- In the afternoon of June 27, Russia struck a missile at the Amstor shopping mall in Kremenchuk (here is the video). About a thousand people were there before the air raid, but when it started, many of them managed to leave the mall, but the mall remained workers and some visitors. The Russians were beaten by X-22 missiles fired from long-range Tu-22 M3 bombers. They were launched from the Kursk oblast. At least 21 people are currently known to have died.