Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said that the Ukrainian army is outnumbered and still sticks to the strategic city of Severodonetsk in eastern Ukraine. The two cities became “dead cities”.
Since Russia withdrew its troops from Kyiv in March, it has concentrated its efforts to conquer the Donbas region of Udon, where progress has been slow in recent weeks. Despite the large number of Russian troops, Zelensky said that the Ukrainian defenders were still standing and had “a good chance” of a counterattack.
The Russian shelling of the nearby city of Lisichansk also intensified. Here is part of the front line in Udon that Zelensky inspected yesterday. Oleksandr Lyakhovets, an elderly local resident, said a Russian missile hit his apartment, engulfing it in flames. “They just shoot endlessly,” the 67-year-old told AFP.
Russian forces currently control almost the entire Luhansk region and a large area of neighboring Donetsk. These two regions make up the Donbas. The fighting between the two armies was slow and bloody, with heavy losses on both sides.
Russian state media reported on the 6th that Major General Roman Kutuzov was killed in Udon, the latest death of a senior Moscow military officer.
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