The occupiers can do nothing about the Ukrainian bridgehead.
The Russian army can do nothing about the Ukrainian bridgehead on the left bank of the Dnipro River in the Kherson region. The aggressor is trying to move additional troops there, fearing a worsening of the situation, military observer Oleksandr Kovalenko told Telegram.
"The command of the Russian occupation forces still cannot find the best solution to the problem of the left bank, where the control of the Ukrainian defence forces is expanding. And while everyone's attention is focused on Krynki, where Russian equipment is burning non-stop, interesting and very strange things are happening a little further west," he writes on his Telegram channel.
Kovalenko also names the areas west of Aleshki and Podlesne as problem areas for the Russians. According to him, the aggressor has transferred additional forces from the Zaporizhzhia section of the front and from the Crimea towards the Dnipro river. Now this group has
about 70,000 men;
about 380 tanks;
up to 1,000 vehicles;
500 pieces of artillery;
up to 100 MLRS.
The analyst stresses that the Russians have so far managed to build up the number of personnel here, but there has been no noticeable increase in military equipment.
"From this we can draw a simple conclusion: the anxiety in the ranks of the command of the Dnepr Group of Forces is growing along the ever-increasing length of the left bank. And this is not surprising, since almost all of the above-mentioned areas have extremely limited logistics, the cutting of which is fatal for the Russians," says Kovalenko.