“Currently, the huge problem is that there are simply too many of them. They don’t have bright tactics or strategy. They simply overwhelm our positions with bodies and numbers to move forward little by little,” Luhansk Oblast head Serhiy Haidai said on the TV air.
Luhansk Oblast is Ukraine’s easternmost region, a small part of which was liberated by Ukraine’s autumn offensive. However, all major cities of the region remain occupied by Russian troops.