Ukraine is changing its war tactics, moving to defence in some areas and continuing offensive operations in others, a senior Ukrainian official says.
Presidential adviser Mykhailo Podolyak said in a post on the X social media platform that the government was focused now on increasing domestic arms production and speeding up talks with partners to boost military supplies.
Ukraine's military said on Monday it attacked oil depots in the Russia-controlled Ukrainian city of Luhansk a day earlier.
Its forces carried out a "successful strike", the Strategic Communications Department of the Armed Forces of Ukraine said on Telegram, without going into further detail.
Earlier on Monday, Russian state news agency RIA Novosti said Ukrainian troops attacked an oil depot there with combat drones.
That report, which cited Russian-installed authorities, said a fire broke out after the attack but was extinguished.
Deputy Prime Minister Oleksander Kubrakov said on Monday that Ukraine had exported almost five million metric tons of agricultural products via its alternative Black Sea corridor.
Kubrakov said a total of 200 ships had exported seven million metric tons of cargo of all types from the Black Sea ports since the corridor was set up in August after Russia quit a United Nations-backed Black Sea grain initiative.
He said a further 31 ships were being loaded at the moment but gave no details on the type of cargo they would carry.
Australian Associated Press