September 28, 2023

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War in Ukraine: “Extremely fierce” fight to reclaim a few hundred meters of land from the Russians

War in Ukraine: “Extremely fierce” fight to reclaim a few hundred meters of land from the Russians

Ukraine on Wednesday said it had made little progress in its counteroffensive against Russian forces, citing the fighting. “Very severe”.

Ukraine’s Deputy Defense Minister Hanna Malier said in a Telegram message that Ukrainian efforts have been successful.areaOver the past day, Ukrainian forces have advanced 200 to 500 meters in various sectors near Pakmud in eastern Ukraine, and 300 to 350 meters in the direction of the city of Zaporizhia in the southeast of the country. .

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“Our troops are advancing despite very heavy fighting and enemy superiority in terms of air and artillery”, she said. Her statement a Continue fighting Near the village Makarivka Ongoing battles in Berdyansk port and divisions in southern Ukraine Novodanilievka And Novopokrovsk Towards the port city of Mariupol on the Sea of ‚Äč‚ÄčAzov.

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The Russian Defense Ministry said Ukrainian forces failed to attempt the launch A three-pronged attack in the last 24 hours, Donetsk, South Donetsk and Zaporizhia. He added that Russian forces shelled Ukrainian weapons depots and security forces and foreign mercenaries at night.

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Reuters could not verify these claims from either side. Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday assured that the Ukrainian counteroffensive was going nowhere, and he reported significant human and material losses on the Ukrainian side.