Fierce battles may take place in the suburbs of Kyiv in the coming days – British intelligence – UNIAN

The invaders continue to hold positions at certain lines in the Kiev region, despite the partial withdrawal of troops.

In the coming days, fierce battles may take place in the suburbs of Kyiv / photo REUTERS

In the coming days under Kiev fierce battles between the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the Russian occupiers may take place.

The relevant information was shared by the British Ministry of Defense в Twitter with reference to his intelligence. It published a report on the situation at the front in Ukraine with a forecast for the near future.

According to British intelligence, the enemy continues to hold positions east and west of Kyiv, despite the withdrawal of individual units. Because of this, fierce battles may take place in the suburbs of the capital in the coming days. Which of the parties will go on the assault, intelligence does not specify.

The report also notes that the occupiers continue to fire and launch rocket attacks on Chernihiv. Decrease in military activity in this direction, about which the Russian side said at the talks in Istanbul, is not observed.

Mariupol was also mentioned in the report. Heavy fighting still takes place in the city, but Ukrainian soldiers continue to control its center.

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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