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Ukraine advanced 6.5 km, liberated seven settlements over a week – Defense Ministry

Ukraine advanced 6.5 km, liberated seven settlements over a week – Defense Ministry

On the evening of 12 June, Ukrainian Deputy Defense Minister Hanna Maliar said that Ukrainian troops recaptured 90 square kilometers of the territory, liberating seven settlements in Donetsk and Zaporizhzhia oblasts over the past week.

Maliar wrote on Telegram:

Over the past week, in the course of the offensive operation in the Donetsk and Tavria operational areas:

  • the advance of the offensive group amounted to 6.5 km
  • the area of the territory taken under control amounted to 90 square kilometers
  • 7 settlements were liberated: Lobkove, Levadne, Novodarivka, Neskuchne, Storozheve, Makarivka, Blahodatne.

Previously, the Defense Ministry and the General Staff confirmed the liberation of four of these settlements: Blahodatne, Makarivka, Storozheve, and Novodarivka.

On 12 June 2023, Ukrainian defense ministry confirmed the liberation of seven settlements over the previous week. Blue marker: Lobkove. Blue areas: Levadne, Novodarivka (left); Neskuchne, Storozheve, Blahodatne, Makarivka (right). Map: Deepstatemap.

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