As the Russia-Ukraine war approaches its 160th day, the shelling and raids continue to intensify from both sides.

Mykolaiv, located near the Black Sea in southern Ukraine, has likely suffered the most missile strikes in the five months since the Russian invasion began. City Mayor Oleksandr Senkevych said that over a dozen bombings occurred throughout the city on Sunday, resulting in two deaths and at least three injuries. Oleksiy Vadatursky, Ukraine’s grain tycoon, and his wife were also killed in the attack.

Meanwhile, the Pentagon said that it would be sending new military assistance packages to Ukraine, valued at approximately $550 million, to replenish the latter’s used ammunitions and further bolster offensive operations.

“To meet its evolving battlefield requirements, the United States will continue to work with its Allies and partners to provide Ukraine with key capabilities,” the Pentagon said in a statement.

It will also include more ammo for high mobility artillery rocket systems (HIMARS), which have proven to be effective on the battlefield, most notably in Ukraine’s recent long-range missile strike on the Antonivskyi bridge.