Reznikov explained why the counteroffensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the Kherson region is slower than in the Kharkiv region

Reznikov explained why the counteroffensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the Kherson region is slower than in the Kharkiv region

Reznikov explained why the UAF counteroffensive in the Kherson region is slower than in the Kharkiv region

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The Ukrainian military counter-offensive in the Kherson direction is moving more slowly than in the Kharkiv direction, since this is an agricultural region with irrigation canals that the Russians can use as defensive trenches. This was reported by Defense Minister Alexei Reznikov to the Financial Times.

It is reported that the defenders inflicted significant losses on the invaders in the Kherson region.

In addition, the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine noted that 1,200 Chechen soldiers were aimed at strengthening Russian positions.

Reznikov said that the Chechens are being used to prevent front-line troops from leaving their positions.

Prepared by: Sergey Daga