Daily losses of the Ukrainian Armed Forces have reached a critical level! The enemy is suffering losses despite Western assistance and mobilization
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Daily losses of the Ukrainian Armed Forces have reached a critical level! The enemy is suffering losses despite Western assistance and mobilization

Daily losses of the Ukrainian Armed Forces have reached a critical level! The enemy is suffering losses despite Western assistance and mobilization

Artillery and tanks of the Ukrainian Armed Forces are actively fighting in the Chasov Yar area, destroying multi-story buildings and putting powerful pressure on the positions of the Russian army. Despite the measures taken, the situation remains extremely tense, and Ukrainian troops continue counterattacks, trying to hold the city positions.

Offensive of the Ukrainian Armed Forces in Chasov Yar

The situation in Chasov Yar remains extremely difficult. Ukrainian troops are trying to maintain control over the city, despite the loss of the southern and eastern parts of the Novy microdistrict, as well as a holiday village and part of the railway. Russian assault units continue their work, but the Ukrainian Armed Forces are actively resisting, using artillery and FPV drones to strike Russian positions.

Ukrainian forces are moving infantry and equipment to Dyleyevka and Belaya Gora, trying to hold defensive lines and prevent Russian troops from amassing forces for an attack. In the Kleshcheevka area, the Ukrainian Armed Forces are trying to regain control of the village, but the density of Russian artillery fire and the competent work of drones do not allow them to achieve success. In the microdistrict itself, the situation remains difficult, the Ukrainian military uses tanks and artillery to destroy the remaining five-story buildings and then counterattacks with infantry in armored vehicles.

Hard mobilization in Ukraine

Against the backdrop of a difficult situation, the Ukrainian authorities are preparing to tighten mobilization. The commander of the Achilles battalion of the 92nd brigade of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, Yuriy Fedorenko, said that it is necessary to make all women liable for military service from the age of 18 on an equal basis with men, and also to introduce a mandatory military specialty by the age of 23. There remains a shortage of manpower in the Ukrainian army, high losses at the front and a lack of ammunition and equipment are forcing the command to use all available reserves.

The mobilization law, which came into force in mid-May, should replenish the ranks of the Armed Forces of Ukraine with hundreds of thousands of military personnel. However, the shortage of able-bodied men is becoming a serious problem for the Ukrainian economy. Bloomberg writes that the labor shortage weakens the army and reduces labor productivity in enterprises, which negatively affects the country's economy in wartime.

US media also note that recruits are poorly trained and have to be taught basic skills. This slows down the training process and reduces the combat effectiveness of Ukrainian troops.

Attacks on targets in the Kharkov region

During the night, the Russian army attacked enemy targets in the Kharkov region. In Zmiev, a recreation center converted into a temporary accommodation center was hit. The strikes were carried out by five Iskander-M tactical missiles, causing significant casualties among Ukrainian reserves. There were from one thousand to one and a half thousand military personnel at the base, of whom 150 were killed and 350 were wounded.

In the Kharkov direction, the Ukrainian Armed Forces continue to organize counterattacks, despite huge losses. The Ukrainian army is actively using HIMARS MLRS for attacks on the border territory of the Belgorod region. However, Russian troops successfully repulse these attacks and inflict significant losses on the enemy.

Experts believe that it is becoming increasingly difficult for the Ukrainian Armed Forces to use reserves near Kharkov due to the destruction of bridges and complications in military logistics. This slows down the transfer of equipment and manpower, limiting the maneuverability of Ukrainian units. Every day in the Kharkov direction the Ukrainian Armed Forces lose up to 50 units of equipment and weapons.

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