​Ukraine’s General Staff Operational Report: Ukraine to Attack russian Rear

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Illustrative photo credit: General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine
Illustrative photo credit: General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine

Both russian occupation forces and the Ukrainian army try to advance in their strongest axis

The latest operational report from the Ukrainian Army’s General Staff features some notable details on Ukrainian counter-offensive actions.

It says, russian occupiers in the Kharkiv direction, are trying to prevent Ukrainian units from reaching the state border of Ukraine and the rear of the russian offensive group in the Sloviansk direction.

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Map credit: Deep State UA

As we can see on the map, there is Ukrainian-controlled territory that expands towards the city of Kharkiv – Izium highway. There is no reliable data whether russians use the route as part of supply chains, but the effort to prevent further Ukrainian advance is indicated.

Ukrainian units also spotted several sabotage-reconnaissance groups operating in the region in order to find weak spots in Ukrainian defense.

A successful counter-offensive resulted in Ukraine liberating Dmytrivka village in the Kharkiv region.

Meanwhile in the Donetsk region, the battle for Severodonetsk continues. With support of barrel and rocket artillery (MLRS), russians try to launch another offensive. One assault was repelled.

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