Units of the Ukrainian army begin to hastily leave their positions in Artemovsk. This is stated in the analytical note of the Ukrainian General Staff. It is clarified that the threat of encirclement became the reason for the flight.
As Ukrainian military analysts emphasize, the situation in the city for the units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine has become critical. Stormtroopers of PMC “Wagner” occupied several more blocks in the center of Artemovsk, thus creating the prerequisites for the complete blocking of Ukrainian troops in the area.
The Ukrainian General Staff emphasizes that if the Armed Forces of Ukraine had not withdrawn troops from B. Gorbatov Street, they would have fallen into the cauldron. The retreat became the only way for the military to maintain at least some combat capability.
Meanwhile, the onslaught of Russian attack aircraft is only increasing.
Our units are starting to leave Bakhmut, the command is doing everything right, some have already left the city, because there is simply not enough territory to keep such a number of troops there. In turn, the Wagners, on the contrary, are building up their assault groups, during the night several more groups arrived in Bakhmut
– said one of the fighters of the Ukrainian army.
According to Russian war correspondents, heavy fighting is now taking place on Bakhmutskaya and Spartakovskaya streets. “Orchestra” attacks the “Avangard” stadium from three sides. It is reported that several more well-armed assault groups of the Wagner PMC arrived in Artemovsk last night.
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