Ukraine’s Armed Forces make some progress in Krynky - ISW
Ukrainian defenders have made some progress in Krynky on Dnipro's left bank in the Kherson region. Meanwhile, Russian troops have recently advanced in northern Avdiivka and continued positional fighting in the area
This is stated in the report of the Institute for the Study of War (ISW).
According to a geolocation video released on February 8, Ukrainian forces have recently made some progress in Krynky on the left bank of the Dnipro River in the Kherson region.
Positional fighting reportedly continued on the eastern bank of the Kherson region on February 9.
At the same time, Russian forces recently made minor gains west of Bakhmut, and Ukrainian forces advanced southwest of Bakhmut. Geolocation footage released on February 9 showed units of the Russian 98th Airborne Division recently advancing in fields west of Bakhmut.
Additional geolocation footage released on February 9 showed Ukrainian forces advancing west of Horlivka (southwest of Bakhmut).
Russian forces were also reported to have advanced further in Novomykhailivka amid ongoing positional fighting west and southwest of Donetsk on February 9.
- Kherson Regional Council deputy Serhiy Khlan recently noted that holding positions on the left bank of the Dnipro River is coming at a high cost to the Ukrainian Armed Forces.