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Soldater viser frem et ukrainsk flagg i landsbyen Khreshchenivka, omtrent 127 kilometer nordøst for sentrum av byen Kherson.

News about a new breakthrough in southern Ukraine – NRK Urix – Foreign News and Documentaries

A month after Ukraine launched an offensive against Russian forces in the Kherson region, several villages are reportedly under rescue.

On Sunday evening, there were several unconfirmed reports of Ukrainian advances in Kherson, the only regional capital Russian forces have succeeded in capturing in Ukraine.

Anton Zherashchenko, adviser to the Ukrainian Ministry of Internal Affairs and former deputy minister, has published his photo. Telegram account Soldiers display the Ukrainian flag in the village of Kreshchenivka.

Gerashenko also writes that he is waiting for official confirmation from the Ukrainian civil servants.

The village is located about 127 kilometers northeast of the center of the city of Kherson, which until now was said to be under Russian control.

A destroyed Russian tank outside the village of Vysokopilya in the Kherson region on September 27.

Photo: GENYA SAVILOV / AFP

According to the Ukrainian newspaper Kyiv Independent, a video on social media shows Ukrainian soldiers standing next to local residents in Zolota Palka, a village in the north of Kherson region.

Further Kyiv Post Ukrainian forces reportedly captured Zolota Balka and Dudchany village in the same area.

Ukraine has not officially confirmed that it has recaptured those areas.

Several Russian groups on social media Telegram are discussing the progress, and checking out news from Russian players.

Expert: – Low incremental attack

Balle Yadstebo, headmaster of the war school, told NRK that attacks were taking place along the Dnieper River, but it was somewhat uncertain how far Ukrainian forces had advanced.

– Ydstebø says it is uncertain whether this will be a small attack or whether the Ukrainian forces will move a little more.

Headmaster at Krigsskolen, Palle Ydstebø.

Headmaster at Krigsskolen, Palle Ydstebø.

Photo: Terje Pedersen / NTP

Given the presence of such large Russian forces in the area, he believes it is more likely that they will have a less gradual attack.

– Ydstebø says that since the start of the offensive, the Ukrainian forces have had three to four axes to the south and north, where at irregular intervals they have taken a small bite while suddenly attacking and keeping the Russians cut off.

Lt. Col. and professor at the Norwegian Defense Academy, Dormot Heyer, tells NRK that fighting Russia is unlikely in the short term. He hopes they can fight back in the spring soon.

– The only alternative is to invite more players who have to go through long training sessions.

Lieutenant Colonel and Professor Dormot Heyer of the Norwegian Defense Academy.

Lieutenant Colonel and Professor Dormot Heyer of the Norwegian Defense Academy.

Photo: Ole Berg-Rusten / NTP

Ukraine attack in the region

In late August, Ukraine launched an offensive against Russian forces in the Kherson region. Ukraine has been reluctant to release information about the attack.

Kherson was the first to be captured by Russian forces after the invasion in February.

The city is located in the north of the Crimean Peninsula, in the south of the country and on the banks of the Dnieper River, which bisects the country. So Gerson is considered strategically important.

Valentyna Zgonyk-Safonova (50) looks at her destroyed home in the village of Vysokopillya, Kherson region, on September 27.

Valentyna Zgonyk-Safonova (50) looks at her destroyed home in the village of Vysokopillya, Kherson region, on September 27.

Photo: GENYA SAVILOV / AFP

Gerson is Russia is one of the four territories that were forcibly incorporated into the Russian Federation This week is Friday. Other regions are Donetsk, Luhansk and Zaporizhzhia.

It corresponds to about 15 percent of Ukraine’s territory. Russia has occupied large areas, but the entire area they now claim may not be part of Russia.

The annexation of Ukrainian regions has been strongly criticized and condemned by democracies around the world.

Photo of Ukrainian flag flying in the wind.  The flag is attached to a blue pedestrian sign in the middle of the intersection.  Around the sign and flag looks like a patchwork of green trees and asphalt.  Photo taken in the recently liberated village of Vysokophilia in Kherson.

A Ukrainian flag at a crossroads in the recently liberated village of Vysokopilya in Kherson.

Photo: GENYA SAVILOV / AFP

Victory at Lyman

On Saturday evening, the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky announced The strategically important city of Liman in Donetsk is completely under Ukrainian control.

On Saturday evening, Ukrainian soldiers proudly posed in front of the town hall. The Russian flag, which had been raised since the fall of the city at the end of May, was thrown to the ground.

Map Ukraine October 2

Photo: Critical Threats Program of the Institute for the Study of War and AEI/NRK (updated 02.10.2022)

Photo: Critical Threats Program of the Institute for the Study of War and AEI/NRK (updated 02.10.2022)

Ukrainian government forces shocked Russia with their blitzkrieg in early September in the Kharkiv region. In a few days they retook large areas, while the Russian front collapsed.

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