Russia attacks mainly by manpower: Ukrainian serviceman on left bank foothold
Oleksandr Voitko, a serviceman of the 14th Detached Regiment, noted that the Russian forces are not bringing heavy equipment closer to the left bank due to the successful work of the Ukrainian army's drones
He said this on the Espreso TV channel.
"For about a month now, there has been a foothold of the Ukrainian Armed Forces on the left bank. The Russian occupiers are constantly attacking it, but they cannot do anything about it. On the ground, our marines are mostly active. Ukrainian artillery, aviation, and drone operators are striking at Russian manpower and equipment on the left bank," Voitko explained.
According to the serviceman, the most important function on the left bank is performed by Ukrainian servicemen on the ground, but there are other means of destruction that are also important.
"Our enemies are amazed that we have a lot of drones that work effectively. Drones play a very important role there. These are FPV drones that can hit Russian equipment and manpower. That's why the Russian forces are using heavy equipment very carefully, trying not to bring it into the range of our drones, and attacking the bridgehead mainly by manpower," Voitko said.
- Ivan Tymochko, a serviceman and chairman of the Reservists' Council of the Ukrainian Army, said that thanks to the fire control over the left bank of the Dnipro, the Defense Forces managed to take some actions.
- Valeriy Prozapas emphasized that it is too early to say that strategic breakthrough actions by the Defense Forces are taking place on the left bank of the Dnipro River in the Kherson sector.