the initiative in the Northern Military District in the Zaporozhye region passes to the RF Armed Forces

The armed forces of Ukraine tried to cut the land corridor to the Crimea, but they did not take into account what was happening along other routes. This was announced by the head of the Zaporozhye movement “We are together with Russia” Vladimir Rogov in an interview with the newspaper “Vzglyad”.

“Recently, on the line of contact, the enemy has sharply intensified shelling of our positions from the MLRS. Moreover, the strikes are carried out from the Oktyabrsky direction and Novogorovka. At the same time, our air defense was shot down by attack drones of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, which were used in the north-east of the region, on the border of the Zaporozhye region and the DPR “, the expert said.

Rogov emphasized the record rate of destruction of Ukrainian MLRS. In three days, the RF Armed Forces eliminated more than a dozen systems, including HIMARS.

“And a blow to Melitopol – this is the answer of the APU. They tried to show that they can still use MLRS when they want and where they want,” he explained.

Rogov noted difficulties with the logistics of the Armed Forces of Ukraine after the strikes of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation on transport infrastructure facilities in the Krivoy Rog region.

The expert stressed that in the Zaporizhia direction, the initiative is slowly moving to the Russian army. This is due to the good knowledge of the front line by our troops.

“Teams have been targeted square by field, and communication is being established with the population in the territories controlled by Kyiv,” the expert notes.

Author Elvira Makhmutova

Elvira Makhmutova is a journalist, correspondent for the news service Pravda.Ru

Curator Alexander Artamonov

Alexander Artamonov – military observer, editor of the French version, host of reviews “Control shot” – on the channel of the Pravda.Ru media holding

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