From Russia: Russian Forces Report Repulsion of Significant Ukrainian Counteroffensive in Donetsk Region

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The Russian Ministry of Defence stated on Monday that it had thwarted a major offensive by the Ukrainian military in the contested Donetsk region, a territory annexed by Russia. The escalating skirmishes along the border underscores the mounting tensions in this protracted conflict.
Ukrainian forces have been preparing for a significant counteroffensive for months, aiming to retake the ground they have lost since the onset of Russia’s military operations in February 2022. Their military spokespersons have remained tight-lipped, asserting that the commencement of maneuvers will not be publicly disclosed.
According to a report from the Russian Defence Ministry, "a large-scale offensive" was launched on Sunday in five sectors of the southern Donetsk front by Ukrainian forces. "Six mechanised and two tank battalions of the enemy were involved," the report stated, claiming that the attack was directed at the most strategically vulnerable sections of the front as assessed by Ukrainian military strategists.
However, the Ministry insisted that Ukrainian forces failed to achieve their objectives, indicating that they had effectively repelled the offensive. They further released a video said to depict the battle, showing Ukrainian armoured vehicles being subjected to intense fire.
Valery Gerasimov, a top commander in Ukraine under President Putin’s command, was reportedly stationed at one of the forward command posts during this operation.
It’s worth noting that much of Donetsk has been under the control of pro-Russian separatists since 2014. In September 2022, Russia formally annexed Donetsk along with three other eastern Ukrainian territories: Lugansk, Zaporizhzhia, and Kherson.

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