Ukrainian Armed Forces take fire control of Bakhmut-Horlivka road
Illya Yevlash, spokesman for the Eastern Direction group of forces, says that the Ukrainian Armed Forces have taken fire control of the Bakhmut-Horlivka highway, which Russian troops use for logistics
He shared the information on the United News telethon.
Thus, the spokesman commented on the situation with Russia's logistics in the Bakhmut direction.
"One of the routes (logistical - ed.) we can already reach with our various firepower is the Bakhmut-Horlivka road, which is 3 km from the contact line, this is the working distance for our mortars and UAVs. In addition, all artillery systems, including old Soviet and modern ones, are not a distance for them and can deliver effective damage," he said.
Yevlash said that Russia still has several logistics routes in the Bakhmut direction, but the Ukrainian Armed Forces continue to "cut" them.
"The enemy still has several logistical routes to supply the Bakhmut group, but we continue to cut these logistical routes to deplete the group in this area and inflict maximum losses on it," the spokesman said.
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