The Armed Forces of Ukraine have successfully disrupted one of the russian logistics routes in the Bakhmut sector, and they are actively working to sever other supply lines. This information comes from Ilya Yevlash, the Head of the Press Service for the Operational Command East.
“We have already gained access to one of these routes, specifically the Bakhmut-Horlivka highway, situated just 3 kilometers from the front line. This is well within the effective range for our mortars and UAVs,” Ilya Yevlash reported.
Moreover, the Head of the Press Service for the Operational Command East notes that the enemy still relies on several logistical routes to provide essential supplies to their forces in the Bakhmut region, some of which originate from the temporarily occupied territories.
“Nevertheless, we are currently in the process of disrupting these routes and will continue to do so in order to weaken the russian forces in this sector and inflict maximum damage upon them,” Ilya Yevlash reported.
Additional details provided by Yevlash indicate that, after a prolonged pause, russia attempted to test the defenses near Bilohorivka by deploying their soldiers into combat, but all of them were eliminated.
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