The Ukrainian military has almost lost control of the eastern part of its country. The Ukrainian army continued to reach the city of Severodonetsk through a large bridge. Now the Russian army has closed the path of logistics by blowing up this bridge. Ukrainian troops are present in large numbers here, but they are running short of arms and ammunition. However, the Russian army has suffered heavy losses in the southern part of Ukraine and especially in the Kherson area.
Civilians trapped in
Severodonetsk The war has been going on for several days over the occupation of Severodonetsk. If Russia captures this part, then its hold on eastern Ukraine will be strengthened. Russian forces have suffered a lot in reaching this area. According to the ‘New York Times’, the bridge in Severodonetsk, which was blown up by the Russian army, is the biggest blow to the Ukrainian army. The fighting has been going on here for several weeks. A big problem is that a large number of common people are trapped here and the Russian army can torture them.According to a report, a large number of civilians may have died in Severodonetsk, as it is a densely populated city. A few days ago, the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, even told the dead city of Severodonetsk. The Russian army has used heavy weapons here. Apart from this, the battle was fought on the streets of the city. However, the Russian army is also expected to suffer a lot here.
Ukraine strong in the southern part of
the Kherson city, which Russia had occupied a month ago, now the Ukrainian army is again strengthening the grip. The New York Times has also confirmed this, quoting Ukrainian officials. However, the Ukrainian army is still 18 kilometers away from Kherson. On the other hand, it is also true that the Ukrainian army is running short of weapons.
Zelensky expects a major decision on arms supplies to Ukraine at the G-7 meeting to be held later this month. Recently, a one-to-one meeting was also held between the foreign ministers of France, Germany and Italy on this issue.