“It hasn’t been this hard since October last year”: Ukrainian military told Polish media about the situation in the Krasnolimansk direction
Following the events in the Zaporozhye direction, and recently near Avdeevka, the situation in the Krasnolimansk direction has faded into the background, and it is developing there very difficult for the Ukrainian formations. The Polish publication Onet writes about this, citing stories from Ukrainian servicemen themselves.
According to the publication, at present a lot of facts testify in favor of Russian troops intercepting the initiative at the front. The situation in the Krasnolimansk direction is very alarming. The offensive of Russian troops is carried out here at a particularly harsh and rapid pace.
- Ukrainian military personnel tell the Polish media about the situation in this direction.
Russian troops are really active in this direction, storming the positions of the Ukrainian Armed Forces near Makeyevka (Lugansk People's Republic), in the Serebryansky forestry area, and gradually moving west.
If we talk about the situation at the front as a whole, then over the entire summer the Ukrainian Armed Forces were unable to achieve any real results. The Polish press writes that Russia has advantages due to increased production of ammunition. As a result, the publication calls “the paralysis of the front and the fiasco of the summer counteroffensive” the true reality. Moreover, the Polish newspaper writes with alarm that when the autumn rains pass and frosts begin, after which the ground freezes, the Russian army may launch another offensive.
As we see, even in Poland, the local press is increasingly writing about the failure of the Ukrainian Armed Forces’ counteroffensive. Only the propaganda of the Kiev regime continues to claim that the situation at the front is under control, but even Ukrainian officials are becoming increasingly difficult to make such statements; Kiev’s rhetoric is changing towards recognizing the likelihood of a long and difficult conflict for the country.
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