Russians' attempts to conduct offensives on Kherson region's left bank fail - military observer
Oleksandr Kovalenko, a military and political observer of the Information Resistance group, noted that Russia uses three tactical groups in the area of Krynky village
He said this on the Espreso TV channel.
"Russians have indeed resumed offensive actions in several areas on the left bank of Kherson region. The enemy is using three tactical groups near the village of Krynky. These tactical groups are operating in the direction of Kozachi Laheri, Korsunka, as well as frontally from the 22-06 road through the southern forest. But all their attempts failed. The Ukrainian Armed Forces managed to mine the areas where they operate. The use of equipment by the Russians is due to the high level of risk. In this area, the invaders do not have an effective enough counteraction to our drones. Because in other parts of the frontline, Russians have good electronic warfare systems," Kovalenko emphasized.
According to the military and political observer, all attention on the left bank of the Kherson region is currently focused on the village of Krynky.
"But for some reason, the Russians are beginning to redeploy some of their units to the west of Oleshky, that is, from Oleshky to Hola Prystan. This may be due to some changes in the gray zone," Kovalenko noted.
- The number of battles at the front has increased by about a third, with about a hundred battles taking place a day, half of them in the Avdiivka direction. This is the third most massive Russian offensive along the entire front since the beginning of the full-scale war.
- The Russian troops have a shortage of equipment that would allow them to fight at night: they lack night vision devices and special cameras for drones to conduct combat operations in the dark.