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The Russians will try to resume the offensive in the Nikolaev region

The offensive of the enemy in the east of the country continues.

Russia has focused all efforts on the capture of Severodonetsk \ REUTERS

Enemy does not stop the offensive in order to establish full control over the Donbass.

About this on his page in Facebook reports the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

“The enemy does not stop conducting offensive operations in the Eastern Operational Zone in order to establish full control over the territory of the Donetsk and Lugansk regions; maintain a land corridor between these territories and the temporarily occupied Ukrainian Crimea; blocking Ukrainian sea lanes in the northwestern part of the Black Sea, as well as holding captured areas of the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions and attempts to create favorable conditions for the resumption of the offensive in the Mykolaiv region,” the report says.

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Russia concentrated all efforts on the capture of Severodonetsk and exit to Lisichansk. The enemy is entrenched in previously captured positions in the areas of Loskutovka and Ray-Aleksandrovka.

In the Lugansk region, the occupiers are trying to establish control over Gorny and already occupied Nikolaevka. An attempt by the enemy to advance in the direction of Marinka was severely suppressed by the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

Ukrainian military stopped the offensive of the Russian invaders in the direction of the southern outskirts of Lisichansk, Luhansk region – they inflicted losses on the enemy and forced them to retreat.

Near Kharkov the enemy shells the previously liberated villagestrying to keep the lines occupied in order to prevent the APU from reaching the border.

According to the Ministry of Defense, the Armed Forces of Ukraine are currently carrying out mobile defense in the Donbass, because the enemy has a fire advantage. Ukrainian defenders are doing everything to prevent encirclement by Russian forces.

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