Russia claims its troops killed more than 450 Ukrainian soldiers and many enemy armor and weapons during the fighting in Kharkiv province.
Ministry of Defense Russia On September 11, it was announced that the country’s air force, missile forces and artillery units had raided the positions of the Ukrainian army and reserve forces in Kharkiv province. “The enemy lost more than 200 soldiers and more than 20 pieces of military equipment,” the agency said.
Russian troops concentrate fire on multiple military positions Ukraine in Kharkiv province. According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, “more than 250 Ukrainian soldiers, 12 armored vehicles, 3 artillery pieces, 1 rocket launcher and 17 motor vehicles were destroyed.”
On the front lines in southern Ukraine in the direction of Mykolaiv and Kryvyi Rih, the Russian Defense Ministry said enemy losses between 6 and 10 September were “4,000 killed and over 8,000 wounded”.
In the past 24 hours, Russian troops launched missile attacks that destroyed the deployment point of the 36th Marine Brigade in Ukraine, “killing more than 100 enemy soldiers, 15 motor vehicles and armored vehicles”.
Ukraine did not comment on the Russian information.
Russia launched a special military operation on February 24 to “demilitarize and de-fascize Ukraine”. Ukrainian troops have launched counteroffensive operations in the southern province of Kherson and the northeastern province of Kharkiv in recent days.
Ukrainian officials claimed that the counteroffensive in the south was widely publicized to distract from Russia’s offensive in Kharkiv province. Ukraine is said to have regained control of more than a third of Kharkiv province.
On September 10, Ukrainian military bases on both sides of Russia and Ukraine shared a series of images of Ukrainian troops flying flags in front of the city hall in the strategic city of Kupyansk. KharkivNortheastern Ukraine.
The repelling of Russian troops from Kupyansk meant they lost an important logistical hub in northeastern Ukraine. Earlier, Kharkiv Oblast Governor Ole Shinyehubov confirmed that Ukrainian troops have regained control of Baraklia, another strategic city in the region.
Nguyen Jin (follow Zvezda, Reuters)