Ukrainian Armed Forces retake Maryinka in Donetsk

General Staff: Ukrainian Armed Forces retake Maryinka in Donetsk

Ukrainian Armed Forces retake Maryinka in Donetsk  Ukrainian forces launched a counter-offensive and retook the city of Maryinka in the Donetsk area from Russian troops, who were forced to retreat.

In the evening of April 19th, information was obtained from the General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces on Facebook.

Following a counter-attack performed by our soldiers near the city of Maryinka in the Donetsk area, the enemy sustained heavy losses and was forced to retreat, according to the General Staff of the Ukrainian army. Defense Forces units retook control of this city from the insurgents.

Ukrainian Armed Forces retake Maryinka in Donetsk

 

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General Staff: Ukrainian Armed Forces retake Maryinka in Donetsk

 

Ukrainian forces launched a counter-offensive and retook the city of Maryinka in the Donetsk area from Russian troops, who were forced to retreat.

In the evening of April 19th, information was obtained from the General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces on Facebook.

The General Staff has stated that the following is true: “In the aftermath of a counter-offensive undertaken by our soldiers near the city of Maryinka in the Donetsk area, the enemy incurred heavy losses and was forced to retire. Defense Forces units retook control of this city from the insurgents.

 

On the Slobozhanskyi front, the enemy’s troops have maintained a partial blockade on the city of Kharkiv for the time being. The occupants are attempting to cause fire damage to units of our troops as well as critical infrastructure facilities on our territory. Attacks on Izium were tried by enemy troops as they advanced and carried out an assault operation to the south of the city. They were not successful: they incurred losses and were forced to retire to the positions that had previously been occupied by the other side of the river.”

Details: According to the General Staff, battle has raged on the outskirts of Oleksandrivka, on the administrative boundary between the Mykolayiv and Kherson districts, for the past several days. It was unsuccessful for Russian occupying forces to drive Ukrainian troops back beyond the administrative borders of the Kherson area.

Transporting damaged armored equipment from the territory of Belarus to the territory of Russia was carried out by Russian troops utilizing rails throughout the day on Monday. Using [Belarusian] airfields to launch air and missile attacks on Ukrainian cities was something they continued to do.

The General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces has stated that as a result of the battle, the Russian troops have suffered considerable personnel casualties. For the purpose of speeding up the replenishing of units and subdivisions, Russian military officials instituted new short-term contracts (with a duration of three months) and simplified the conditions for psychophysical examinations. However, according to the General Staff, these steps did not produce the effects that were hoped for or expected.

Ukrainian intelligence has learned that only 130 contract soldiers have been hired to serve in 42 military offices of the Southern Military District since the beginning of 2022, according to information collected by the agency. Twenty-two of them have already stated that they will not take part in the so-called “special operation” on the territory of Ukrainian.

People from two battalion tactical units of the 200th Separate Motorised Infantry Brigade, 14th Army Corps, Coastal Troops, Northern Fleet, Russian Federation, were killed in the attack on a Russian ship.

The Ukrainian defense forces also murdered members of three companies of the 1st Parachute Regiment and a company of the 137th Parachute Regiment, which is a part of the 106th Parachute Division of the Armed Forces.

Background:

Pentagon officials and a number of specialists believe that Russia has not yet launched the anticipated struggle for Donbas, but that it is continuing to store supplies and weaponry in preparation for a more aggressive campaign.

As of April 19, Russian invaders had already suffered a total of 20,800 casualties, including more than 2,000 armored combat vehicles, over 170 planes, more than 150 helicopters, and more than 380 artillery pieces.

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