Latest news | Russians ‘outnumbered 8-1’ in counterattack during Ukraine war

Latest news | Russians ‘outnumbered 8-1’ in counterattack during Ukraine war

According to Russia’s top occupation official there, Ukrainian forces outnumbered Russian ones eight to one during the counterattack last week in the Kharkiv region.

According to Vitaly Ganchev, who appeared on Russian television, the Ukrainian army had taken settlements in the north and reached the Russian border.

In a potential turning point in the six-month war, Ukraine claims to have reclaimed control over 3,000 sq km (1,158 sq miles) of land.

The BBC is unable to confirm these numbers.

The Ukrainian army claims that in its ongoing counteroffensive in the country’s northeast, 20 villages have been retaken in the last 24 hours alone.

The success of the Ukrainian army, according to UK defenserecentlydefense sources, will have “major ramifications” for Russia’s broader military strategy.

Although activities in Ukraine would continue “until all the tasks that were initially specified” were completed, a Kremlin spokeswoman appeared unfazed.

Russia said that its soldiers were conducting strikes in the recently retaken Ukrainian territory.

This included the Izyum and Kupiansk targets that Ukraine captured on Saturday. Russia declared that its troops had left both towns and that this would give them time to “regroup.”

Russia has been charged with attacking civilian infrastructure as payback for war defeats.

On Sunday, Moscow retaliated by launching a barrage of missile attacks over Ukraine, resulting in power outages.

According to reports, the blackouts in the Kharkiv and Donetsk regions affected millions of people. The mayor of Kharkiv claims that power has been restored.

It was described as a disgusting and unscrupulous attempt at retaliation for the Ukrainian army’s recent victories by Ihor Terekhov.

Oleksii Reznikov, Ukraine’s minister of defense, stated that securing the territorial gains won during a week of quick advances in the Kharkiv region was now the top priority.

As it retreated from regions it had controlled since the opening weeks of the war, the Russian army appeared to have left behind a sizable amount of equipment and munitions.

After these difficulties, a Russian battle tank manufacturer reportedly moved to “round-the-clock” production.

The biggest producer of armored vehicles in Russia, Uralvagonzavod in Nizhny Tagil, reportedly forbade its employees from taking vacations because of a “production necessity.”

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