Russian troops have concentrated their forces for an offensive in the area of Kremennaya and Belogorivka, where they are trying to break through the defense of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, said the head of the Luhansk Regional Military District.
Belogorivka and Kremennaya in the Lugansk region remain the hottest spots in the region. This was told by the head of the Lugansk regional military administration Sergei Gaidai. According to him, Russian troops have concentrated their efforts to advance on these two directions of the Luhansk Front.
In the direction of Kremennaya, the Russians are trying to break through the defense of the Armed Forces of Ukraine
The head of the IVA noted that the situation in all sections of the line of contact is difficult, but controlled. In the direction of Kremennaya, the Russians are trying to break through the defenses of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and gain success there.
“Therefore, they constantly send heavy equipment and a huge amount of infantry there. That is, there are advances of up to three companies of infantry,” the official noted.
At the same time, the Russian army is constantly shelling Belogorivka, which remains under the control of Ukrainian troops. On this sector of the front, the Armed Forces of Ukraine also reflect the “offensive waves” of the invaders.
“That is, the situation is quite complicated, but still there are no breakthroughs, now the situation is constantly under control,” Gaidai said.
Recall, on March 3, Sergei Gaidai said that Ukrainian troops covered a column of the Russian Armed Forces near Svatov. According to him, the Russian occupiers continue their “experiments” in the Kremensk direction. There they constantly change their offensive tactics.
Meanwhile, the NYT reported that US generals worked out possible scenarios for a counteroffensive during the exercises of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. According to journalists, the Ukrainian command is considering two directions – the east of Ukraine and the “land bridge” that connects the Russian Federation with the Crimea.
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