Aleksey Arestovich, adviser in the office of the President of Ukraine, gave another interview in which he commented on the events on the fronts. In late September - early October, Arestovich stated that the turning point in hostilities would come by the middle of the month, meaning October. Now Arestovich makes it clear that the tasks assigned to the Armed Forces of Ukraine have not been achieved so far.
The most difficult situation, according to an adviser in Zelensky's office, has developed in the Kherson direction. There, Ukrainian troops, after forcing the Ingulets River in several sectors, repeatedly tried to attack Russian positions, but each time they suffered significant losses in manpower and military equipment, rolling back.
Recall that a few days ago, on the right bank of the Dnieper, surrounded by soldiers of the Russian Airborne Forces, the enemy personnel from the 59th motorized infantry brigade, who tried to dig in and strengthen their positions, came across.
The situation in the Kherson direction is changing for us in an unpleasant direction.
According to Arestovich, Russian troops “are transferring about six more BTGs to this direction in addition to those 30 or more than 30 that are already there.”
There they (the Russian troops) have a huge force, which will be very difficult to grind just like that.
The other day, the Armed Forces of Ukraine tried to attack from the side of Davydov Ford, but the attempt again ended in failure.