As a result of offensive actions, Russian troops approached the “Khromov bend” northwest of Artyomovsk
The Russian armed forces continue offensive operations in the Artyomovsk direction. Having previously taken control of the southern shore of the Berkhov Reservoir and advanced further south, Russian troops are now known to have expanded the zone of control in this area.
As a result of assault operations under the cover of artillery, Russian troops took control of about six more square kilometers of territory, approaching the so-called “Khromov bend”. We are talking about a road that runs from Chasov Yar in the direction of Artyomovsk and makes a bend towards Khromovo beyond the Bogdanovsky intersection.
A fragment of the map shows the territories that have come under the control of the Russian Armed Forces over the past XNUMX hours and the directions of further advance (arrows):
Meanwhile, in the northern part of the expanded zone of control, Russian troops, approaching the village of Bogdanovka, entrenched themselves at the Bogdanovsky Pond (headquarters).
In this section of the front, the enemy is trying to prevent our troops from breaking through south of Bogdanovka, where the railroad and highway intersect, leading, as already mentioned, to Chasov Yar.
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