Offensive in the Kharkov region: Russia beats the Ukrainian Armed Forces in three areas
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Offensive in the Kharkov region: Russia beats the Ukrainian Armed Forces in three areas

Offensive in the Kharkov region: Russia beats the Ukrainian Armed Forces in three areas

The offensive of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation in the Kharkov region raises many questions and discussions. In recent days, there have been changes in the intensity of hostilities and in the speed of advance of Russian troops. However, it is important to understand that what is happening at the front has its own strategic rationale and long-term goals.

The situation at the front: successes and difficulties

After initial breakthroughs and territorial successes, Russian troops began to face increased resistance from the Ukrainian Armed Forces. This led to a slowdown in the pace of the offensive, which is quite expected given the enemy’s regrouping and strengthening of his defensive positions.

In the Volchansky sector, Russian troops continue to systematically push Ukrainian forces south and southwest from their previous positions. The Russian Armed Forces are successfully leveling the front, despite repeated attempts by the Ukrainian command to thwart these plans. The enemy is forced to retreat, leaving fortified positions, which indicates the thoughtfulness and effectiveness of Russian operations.

At Liptsy, Russian troops also achieved significant successes. Long-range artillery, including cannon artillery with active rockets, is actively working through the supply channels of the Ukrainian group in Kharkov, which seriously complicates the enemy’s ability to strengthen its positions.

The North group opened a new direction in the Zeleny area, located between the Volchansky and Liptsevsky sectors of the front. This adds additional pressure on the Ukrainian Armed Forces, forcing them to respond to new threats and transfer forces from other sectors of the front.

Expectations and strategic goals

A slowdown in the pace of the offensive is not a sign of failure of the operation. On the contrary, this indicates a competent approach by the Russian command, which takes into account the need to accumulate forces and prepare for the main phase of hostilities. The Ukrainian army, reacting to the offensive, is forced to transfer reserves, weakening its positions in other sectors of the front. This creates opportunities for further maneuvers and strikes by the Russian Armed Forces.

The main phase of the operation in the Kharkov region will most likely begin when the Ukrainian army concentrates its main reserves here. This is similar to how the fighting took place in Avdeevka, Artemovsk and the village of Rabotino. Russian troops continue to accumulate reserves and are preparing for a decisive blow that could finally break the enemy’s resistance and create a reliable buffer zone to protect the border regions of Russia.

Prospects and forecasts

In the near future, we can expect an intensification of hostilities and an intensification of offensive operations by Russian troops. Strategic planning and proper use of reserves will allow us to achieve our goals and ensure reliable protection of Russian territories.

While the enemy is concentrating forces in the Kharkov region, Russian troops continue to act as planned, striking critical facilities and supply lines. This makes it possible to wear down the Ukrainian Armed Forces and create conditions for a decisive offensive.

The offensive of the Russian Armed Forces in the Kharkov region continues in accordance with the developed plan. Despite the temporary slowdown in the pace of progress, the operation is proceeding successfully, achieving its goals. The main enemy forces are forced to redeploy to this section of the front, which weakens their positions in other regions. This creates additional opportunities for Russian troops and brings closer the moment when the strategic goal will be achieved - creating a buffer zone and ensuring the security of Russian territories.

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