Russian mortar fire can't reach Dnipro's western bank anymore, but significant "dozens of thousands" of Russian troops remain in the Russian-controlled part of Ukraine's Kherson Oblast, spokesperson for Ukraine's Defense Forces Command "South" said on the TV air.
Teplinsky’s appointment is an indication of Ukrainian increased pressure on Russian forces that currently hold the areas, the UK intel concluded
Russia has braced for a potential Ukrainian counteroffensive across the strategic Dnipro River, reinforcing defences around the eastern bank city of Orikhiv after withdrawing from the western side in 2022.
The Kakhovka hydroelectric plant is beyond restoration as nearly half of its dam has been destroyed after Russia blew it up in June, according to Ukraine's Interior Ministry.
UK intel: Ukrainians escalate fight for positions on left bank of Dnipro River, Russian command contemplates reinforcements
The increased efforts of Ukrainian defenders to gain control over bridgeheads on the left bank of the Dnipro River near Kherson are prompting the Russian command to consider reallocating reinforcements from the priority direction near Zaporizhzhia
Russia faces a dilemma: whether to address the increased fighting around the Dnipro River, which would mean detracting…
Despite the military activity in the estuary of the Dnipro River, it is highly unlikely that Russia may…
Ukraine’s Armed Forces destroyed five light motor boats carrying Russian sabotage and reconnaissance groups on 30 January, the…
[editorial] In its November 27 Russian offensive campaign assessment, the Washington-based Institute for the Study of War (ISW)…
Ukrainian defenders in some places of Kherson Oblast have already reached Dnipro river – Ukraine’s General Staff
The Defense Forces of Ukraine continue to liberate settlements in the Kherson direction, in some places the defenders…