Arestovich: about the situation on the front line

Advisor to the Office of the President Alexei Arestovich spoke about the situation on the front line. According to him, the situation on the entire front line in Ukraine is in the phase of operational-tactical pressure of the Russian troops.

As he noted in a conversation with Russian human rights activist Mark Feygin, the Russian occupiers have intensified their efforts in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions.

“If we characterize the situation on the ground along the entire front line, then now the phase of such operational-tactical pressure of Russian troops in the directions. That is, they have intensified the efforts they have already made in the area, such as the Donetsk and Luhansk regions. The Donetsk front is especially. Well, and this activity on the Big Potemkin Island opposite Kherson. Once again, striking my imagination with the “talent” of the Russian command, they are in the phase of an attempt to conduct offensive operations,” Arestovich explained.

At the same time, he noted that the Armed Forces of Ukraine are now on the defensive.

“Accordingly, we don’t advance anywhere. We defend ourselves, happily burning through the enemy’s infantry, equipment, and everything else in those areas where they are trying to attack. It is clear that the soldiers are not very fun on the spot. In general, they put pressure, and we fight back,” Arestovich emphasized.

According to an adviser to the President’s Office, the Russian invaders had serious problems with ammunition in the Bakhmut direction. He stressed that near Bakhmut, the number of uses of Russian artillery is significantly reduced. Basically, “aircraft, tanks and tanks as artillery work there.”

“The main motto of what is happening is dementia and courage. The Russian army heroically flees to the prepared (Ukrainian) defense. Well, in a sense, we thank them for this because with each such raid, it becomes less and less,” summed up Arestovich.

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