• 13/06/2024 17:35

ISW reported the activation of Putin’s army near Bakhmut, showing changes in the situation on the map

ByJohn Newman

Apr 6, 2024

During Friday, according to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the Russian occupation army carried out a number of unsuccessful attacks in the areas of Ivanovsky and Andreevka (southwest and west of Bakhmut), and also tried to advance more intensively near Kleshcheevka and Zelenopolye.

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ISW reported the activation of Putin's army near Bakhmut, showing changes in the situation on the map

Photo – facebook.com/GeneralStaff .ua

The fact that Putin’s troops have concentrated their efforts west of Bakhmut, trying to capture Chasovoy Yar, writes NBN, citing the Institute for the Study of War (ISW).

According to Russian “military bloggers”, their troops allegedly advanced deep into the eastern outskirts of the “Canal” microdistrict and its environs (the extreme east of Chasovoy Yar on the identical side of the Seversky Donets-Donbass canal), moving into the north-eastern zone of the “Canal” , and taking positions next to the railroad.

In addition, one of the commanders of the Ukrainian Armed Forces battalion involved in the Bakhmut direction confirmed that the “second army of the world” began a new wave of offensives on this section of the front, noting that the “liberators” concentrated their efforts on the outskirts of Chasovoy Yar, and also continue attacks on Ivanovskoye, trying to bypass the positions of the Defense Forces from the flanks of the previously indicated settlement.

ISW reported the activation of Putin's army near Bakhmut, showing changes in the situation on the map

Photo — understandingwar.org

ISW reported the activation of Putin's army near Bakhmut, showing changes in the situation on the map

Photo — understandingwar.org

We previously wrote that ISW explained why Ukrainian strikes on Russian airfields would significantly reduce the enemy’s strategic aviation capabilities.

nbnews.com.ua

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