Armed Forces of Ukraine counterattack near Kiev and hold the center of Mariupol – British Ministry of Defense – UNIAN

APU counterattack near Kiev and hold the center of Mariupol / photo REUTERS

The British Ministry of Defense has shared a new report on the situation at the front in Ukraine. According to him, the Armed Forces of Ukraine are conducting local counterattacks to the north-west of Kyiv and hold the center of Mariupol.

The latest information from the Ministry of Defense shared on his official Twitter account.

Near Kiev, counterattacks are carried out along the line of Irpin, Bucha, Gostomel. The offensives had some success: the occupiers were forced out of certain positions. However, the threat to the capital remains due to the enemy’s strike potential.

The situation in Mariupol is complicated. Putin’s troops continue to advance, accompanying their actions with continuous intensive shelling. However, the UAF still controls the city center.

In other places, the occupiers are holding their positions and are trying to reorganize in order to partially restore their forces.

Recall that yesterday the Armed Forces of Ukraine heroically freed Irpin. However, in the Kiev Regional Military Administration warnedthat the aggressor is regrouping in order to resume the attack on the capital. Therefore, in the near future, the intensity of battles in the sector may increase.

War of the Russian Federation against Ukraine

  • 24 February RF invaded to independent Ukraine and caused a real collapse in the country. The invaders not only seize military units, airports and other strategic facilities, but also shoot at civilians and high-rise buildings of the city.
  • February 27, 2022 information appeared that Belarus could declare war on Ukraine. There is no official confirmation of the invasion of her army into our territory yet.
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