Ukraine wins in Kharkov


After weeks of heavy bombing, the Russians are withdrawing from the country’s second largest city and instead focusing on controlling eastern supply routes.

Ukrainian soldiers on a mission
Ukrainian soldiers on a reconnaissance mission outside Kharkov.Burnt ArmanguAP
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Ukrainian government and military analysts agree: The Russian military is no longer an imminent threat to the country’s second largest city. In recent days, Ukrainian forces have been able to push their enemies beyond the borders of the Kharkov municipal area, occupying almost a portion of the international border. Russia. A feat that puts the alleged Russian strategy of expanding across the East against the Ropes. Ukraine.

The chief of the General Staff assured this Saturday that, after weeks of intense bombing of the city, the Russians are withdrawing from Kharkov and, instead, focusing on controlling supply routes to the Ukrainian east. Its activity now includes launching artillery fire and aerial bombardment against Ukrainian positions in the Donetsk region. “Eliminate the Ukrainian forces and destroy their fortificationsYes”. The declared goal of Moscow is the capture of the entire historical region of the Donbs.

According to Ukraine’s Defense Minister Oleksey Reznikov, his country is “entering a new and prolonged phase of the war.” Matching this vision is Mike Martin, one of the most famous scholars of this armed conflict. “Over the past week we have seen how Russian forces begin to end up in the east and south of Ukraine,” he explains in one of his trills. “that is, they have passed From being aggressive to being defensive,

As a result, as Martin explains in a series of tweets posted on Twitter, it is now Ukrainians, who are more motivated than their rivals and have arsenals full of weapons provided by Western nations, who are taking the initiative on the battlefield. are. Martin points to two key points where this turn of events can be observed: Kharkov and Kherson, one of the first cities occupied by the Russians, but whose surrounding areas are becoming smaller and smaller.

August turning?

Military sources on the ground tell EL MUNDO about good humor among soldiers supporting Ukraine. The sequence of events is such that the head of Ukrainian military intelligence, Major General Kirillo Budanov, told British network Sky News on Saturday that the war in Ukraine could reach a “turning point” in the month of August, and end in Russian defeat. . before the end of the year. Budanov identified himself as an “optimist”.

It is not for less. In just a few weeks the Ukrainian has scored victory in the battle for Kyiv And apparently, they sing victory in Kharkov. According to eyewitnesses, artillery fire on the city has been almost non-existent in recent days. The biggest blow this week against Russia’s aspirations has come on the banks of the strategic Seversky Donets River. According to Ukraine, a Russian attempt to create a pontoon to penetrate Ukrainian territory ended with the destruction of 73 tanks. This river may become a new natural border for the occupied territories of Russia. Ukraine wants to stop it.

There are other less optimistic forecasts: “President Putin is preparing for a prolonged conflict in Ukraine,” warned US Director of National Intelligence Avril Haynes during an appearance in the Senate this week. Unknown in the equation at this stage of the war is, well, what is going through the head of the Supreme Russian leader. The conflict is expected to erupt in neighboring Moldova during this month and more recently in Finland.

some doubts There is a need to maintain contact with the Kremlin. This dialogue has allowed the evacuation of all civilians from the Azovstal plant in Mariupol, the final redeployment of the coastal city controlled by Ukraine. Now, Kyiv is trying to get the wounded soldiers out of the compound, where heavy fighting is still going on. “We ask the United Nations and the Red Cross to show our humanity and reaffirm our basic principles,” said a Ukrainian brigade member from the battlefield this week. Both organizations have played a vital role in getting the innocent victims out of Mariupol.

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