Russians become more active along entire frontline
Enemy forces are becoming active along the entire front line, according to Major Rodion Kudryashov, the deputy commander of Ukraine's 3rd separate assault brigade
He shared these observations during an interview on Espreso TV.
"The enemy is increasing its activity throughout the combat zone, from Luhansk to Donetsk and Kherson. They are actively looking for weak points in Ukraine's defenses and are concentrating their efforts on these weak points," Kudryashov explained.
He also highlighted the growing tensions in the Bakhmut region.
"In the Bakhmut area, the enemy is making significant efforts and bringing in new reserve units. While we're successfully eliminating their brigades, the enemy is forced to bring in new ones to counter our advances. They are trying to regain lost territory, but they are struggling to do so, which is driving the escalation along the front line," he added.
In a separate report, Sergeant Oles Malyarevych within the 92nd separate assault brigade, noted that near Bakhmut, the initiative remains with the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Additionally, the Mayor of Melitopol, Ivan Fedorov, pointed out that the Russians have established numerous training bases along the Azov coast.