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Eastern front may determine outcome of Ukraine war: spokesman

25.05.2022 08:30
Heavy fighting taking place in eastern Ukraine may determine the outcome of Russia's war against its neighbour, according to a spokesman for the Ukrainian defence ministry. 
Heavy fighting taking place in eastern Ukraine may determine the outcome of Russias war against its neighbour, according to the Ukrainian defence ministry.
Heavy fighting taking place in eastern Ukraine may determine the outcome of Russia's war against its neighbour, according to the Ukrainian defence ministry.Image by DeSa81 from Pixabay.

Oleksandr Motuzyanyk told Ukrainian state television on Tuesday that Russia’s tactics “suggest it is preparing for a long-term military operation” in the east of Ukraine.

He added that the latest assault represented “the most active phase of Russia’s full-scale aggression against Ukraine,” Polish state news agency PAP reported.

24-hour artillery shelling, air bombardment

Matuzyanyk said that “the bitterest fighting” was taking place in the Donetsk region, including the city of Sloviansk. 

“The occupiers are keeping up artillery and air bombardment effectively round the clock, shelling residential districts,” he added.

According to Ukraine’s defence ministry, the Russian army is aiming to surround the cities of Severodonetsk and Lysychansk. 

This may help the Russians capture the entire Luhansk region, Matuzyanyk said.

Matuzyanyk also said that Ukraine would be working to prevent such a scenario.

“The heavy fighting currently taking place in eastern Ukraine may shape the outcome of the war,” he told the Ukrainian broadcaster.

Wednesday is day 91 of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.


Source: PAPwiadomosci.wp.pl