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separatist

controlled

area

In Russian hands

areas

and troop

Movement

attachment

through Russia

in 2014

Controlled areas from May 13th

Sources: Institute for the Study of War, AEI Critical Threats Project, post-reporting

separatist

controlled

area

Attached by

Russia in 2014

Controlled areas from May 13th

Sources: Institute for War Research,

AEI Critical Threats Project, Post reporting

THE WASHINGTON POST

Russian occupied territories

and troop movement

separatist

controlled

area

In Russian hands

Territories and troop movements

Attached by

Russia in 2014

Controlled areas from May 13th

Sources: Institute for the Study of War, AEI Critical Threats Project, post-reporting

Ukrainian troops appear to have forced a Russian retreat in Kharkiv, but analysts warn Moscow’s forces are regrouping and preparing for a siege in the east. Meanwhile, shelling across the country continues to claim lives and destroy infrastructure. On Friday, Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksii Reznikov warned of a “new, long phase of the war”.

Here are updates from key battlegrounds:

Kharkiv: Ukrainian forces have launched an effective counterattack in the area around this northeastern city, pushing Russian troops to retreat, but shelling continues. In Derhachi, two people died and four were injured after shelling damaged a humanitarian organization, a registry office, part of a clinic and an ambulance building, Kharkiv Governor Oleg Synegubov told Telegram on Friday.

Luhansk: West of Severodonetsk, a Russian battalion crossing the Donets River was decimated after Ukrainian forces blew up the river’s pontoon bridges this week, Britain’s Defense Ministry confirmed on Friday. How many Russian soldiers died is unclear.

Donetsk: One civilian was killed and a dozen others wounded in Russian attacks, the region’s governor Pavlo Kyrylenko said on Friday. In the center of Donetsk, a stronghold of the Russian occupation forces, invading troops have fired on the Avdiivka Coke and Chemical Plant, Ukraine’s largest coke producer.

Mariupol: In the Russian-occupied port city, occupying forces continue to bomb the Azovstal steel plant, which has sheltered the last remnants of the Ukrainian army. Ukrainian officials say they are negotiating with the Russians over the release of more than three dozen wounded militants.

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