Ukrainian soldiers show how they destroy Russian invaders near Andiivka
The Russian invaders are not able to surround Avdiivka thanks to the actions of the Ukrainian army. The 47th mechanized brigade shares a video of them destroying the invaders
The 47th separate mechanized brigade reports this on its Facebook page.
“In three weeks of active assaults, the Russian Federation has lost hundreds of tanks and 250 units of other armored vehicles. Ukrainian troops have also killed and wounded nearly 7,000 invaders,” the brigade informs.
In the video, you can see the scale of the Russian forces' losses.
This is the work of the fighters of the 47th separate mechanized brigade together with Ukrainian soldiers from the Hetman Bohdan Khmelnytskyi separate presidential brigade and the 110th Separate Mechanized Brigade named after Major General Marko Bezruchko.
Russian offensive on the key city of Avdiivka in eastern Donetsk region
The Institute for the Study of War predicts that significant losses of Russian equipment near Avdiivka may hamper Russia’s long-term offensive capabilities.
On October 27, the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, discussed the situation at the front with the Prime Minister of Great Britain, Rishi Sunak.
Serhii Tsekhotskyi, an officer with the 59th Separate Motorized Infantry Brigade named after Yakiv Handziuk, highlighted the success of the Ukrainian Defense Forces in repelling Russian attacks near Avdiivka.
On October 28, the UK Ministry of Defense received information that Russian troops were unlikely to fulfill the Kremlin's expectations regarding the capture of Avdiivka.
Military observer Denys Popovych said that the Russian army is trying to surround Avdiivka to bring Ukraine to the negotiating table.
On October 29, Army Inform quoted Colonel Oleksandr Sрtupun, spokesman for the joint press center of the Tavria Defense Forces, as saying that over the past 20 days near Avdiivka, the Russians had lost 6,500 of their soldiers, 100 tanks and 250 armored vehicles.
On October 29, in the Avdiivka direction, Ukrainian border guards destroyed a Russian warplane, presumably a Su-25, using a portable air defense system (MANPADS).
On 30 October, the head of the Avdiivka City Military Administration, Vitaliy Barabash, said that Russian forces were regrouping near Avdiivka. A new wave of assaults is expected in the coming days.
Director of the information and consulting company Defense Express Serhiy Zgurets noted that the Russian enemy would try to push the Ukrainian defenses near Avdiivka for a month.
On November 2, the Institute for the Study of War noted that the Russian occupying forces were likely preparing for another wave of ground attacks near Avdiivka, Donetsk region, despite their heavy losses.Later, Vitaliy Barabash, head of the Avdiivka City Military Administration, said that the third wave of attacks on Avdiivka has not yet taken place, but the enemy is keeping the tension around the city.