The Russian Defense Minister provided an update on the situation on the front lines during a meeting with Russian army commanders on September 5.
“Ukrainian Armed Forces did not achieve their goals in any direction,” Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said Sept. 5 during a videoconference with the army command. This speech comes in the third month of the Ukrainian counter-offensive, which began in early June.
Ukrainian leaders are “desperately trying to demonstrate to their Western guardians at least some success in their offensive operations in order to obtain more military and economic assistance”, denounced the minister, before adding: “this only prolongs the dispute “.
The situation is tense in the direction of Zaporozhye, underlined Shoigu, stressing that the Ukrainian army had committed its reserve brigades there. For its part, kyiv claimed in this region the capture of the village of Rabotino, of 400 inhabitants before the war.
Tense situation in Zaporozhye, progress in Kupiansk
Sergei Shoigu also praised the “decisive” actions of Russian units in “the directions of Kupiansk and Kremensky”, in the Donbass, which according to him have “considerably” improved their positions there.
“Since the start of the so-called offensive, enemy losses have reached 66,000 people and 70,600 weapons,” he also said, finally denouncing the attacks on civilian targets to “hide the failure of their offensive “. and present these attacks as victories.
Attempts at drone attacks are indeed reported almost daily in the depths of Russia, against the capital Moscow or Crimea, in particular against the bridge linking the peninsula to the Russian Federation.
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