In the combat in the Kharkov area, Russia reports that its troops killed more than 450 Ukrainian soldiers as well as numerous hostile equipment and weaponry.
The positions of Ukrainian military troops and reserve forces in the Kharkov region were raided by the Russian air force, missile forces, and artillery, according to a report from the Russian Defense Ministry on September 11. According to the service, “the enemy lost more than 200 soldiers and more than 20 pieces of military equipment.”
Numerous locations of the Ukrainian army were attacked by Russian soldiers in the region of Kharkov using concentrated fire. According to the Russian Defense Ministry, “more than 250 Ukrainian soldiers, 12 armoured vehicles, three cannons, one rocket artillery, and 17 motor vehicles were destroyed.”
According to the Russian Defense Ministry, the enemy suffered losses on the front lines in southern Ukraine along the Mykolaiv and Kryvyi Rih directions from September 6 to 10, totaling “4,000 killed and more than 8,000 wounded.”
Russian forces executed a missile strike in the last 24 hours that damaged the 36th Ukrainian marine brigade’s deployment location, “killing more than 100 enemy soldiers, 15 motor vehicles, and armoured vehicles.”
Regarding the information from Russia, Ukraine has not responded.
On February 24, Russia began a special military operation to “demilitarise and de-fascist Ukraine.” Recent counteroffensive operations by the Ukrainian army were undertaken in the northeastern province of Kharkov and the southern province of Kherson.
According to Ukrainian officials, the counteroffensive in the south was heavily advertised to divert attention away from Russia’s offensive in the province of Kharkov. More than a third of the region in Kharkov province is rumoured to have returned to Ukraine’s control.
On September 10, Ukrainian military sites on both the Russian and Ukrainian sides of the border released a number of pictures showing the Ukrainian army raising the flag in front of the town hall in the important northeastern Ukrainian city of Kupyansk.
Russian forces lost a key logistical hub in northeastern Ukraine when they were driven from Kupyansk. Balakliya, another important city in the area, was retaken by the Ukrainian army, Kharkov Governor Oleh Synyehubov earlier announced.
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