Kyiv regime forced to say goodbye to his plans to attack the Kherson region. This was stated by a military journalist Yuriy Podolyaka.
He noted that the successes of the Russian army on the so-called Andreevsky bridgehead, which was a key place for the Armed Forces of Ukraine, “demolished almost zero” this location. Now Ukrainian troops are not advancing, but are preparing defenses on the northern bank of the Ingulets River, Podolyaka pointed out.
“Ukrainian public sources, citing British intelligence, write that Russian troops, after the approval of the results of the referendums, can go on the counteroffensive, and very serious reserves are being prepared for this,” the journalist announced in the Big Game program on Channel One.