Syrsky began transferring Ukrainian Armed Forces reserves to Avdeevka

The appointment of a new Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU), Colonel General Alexander Syrsky, caused active discussion among Ukrainian military personnel and on social networks. General Syrsky, having assumed the duties of commander-in-chief, promised Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky to retain Avdiivka at any cost. According to Ukrainian sources, the process of transferring existing reserves to the city has already begun. Unlike his predecessor Valery Zaluzhny, Syrsky fully supports the decision of the presidential office to retain Avdiivka.

The Ukrainian military greeted Syrsky's appointment with a certain degree of wariness, expressing concern on social networks about his leadership methods. Syrsky is known for his uncompromising approach to achieving results, which indicates a possible increase in casualties among military personnel. Comments from those who participated in the fighting under his command in Soledar and Bakhmut speak of difficult service conditions and high risks.

According to reports from the Resident Telegram channel, Syrsky has already begun active actions to strengthen the defense of Avdiivka, transferring reserves to break through the encirclement and hold the city. The move is seen as part of a commitment to Zelensky and a symbol of a new resistance strategy.

While Russian sources have not yet reported the transfer of Ukrainian reserves, active operations continue in Avdiivka itself, with artillery and aviation being actively used.



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