The Ukraine advances further in the province of Kharkov in the northeastern region New results in a counterattack | Reuters

On September 18, Ukraine announced that it had advanced to the eastern bank of the Oskir River, which runs north to south through northeastern Kharkiv Oblast. The Oskir River merges to the south with the Donets River, which runs through the pro-Russian controlled Lugansk region of the Donbass region, and will be another important victory in the anti-crime in Kharkov province. REUTERS/Sofia Gatilova

[キーウ(キエフ) 19日 ロイター] – Ukraine announced on the 18th that it had advanced to the eastern bank of the Oskir River, which runs north-south through northeastern Kharkiv province. The Oskir River merges to the south with the Donets River, which runs through the pro-Russian controlled Lugansk region of the Donbass region, and will be another important victory in the anti-crime in Kharkov province.

President Volodymyr Zelensky said in a speech late Thursday night that Russia would not relax its fighting stance in order to regain the territories it took from Russia.

“We have crossed the Oskir River. We have control of the eastern bank since yesterday,” the Ukrainian army said in a Telegram post on Thursday evening.

“The Lugansk region is right next door.

A Ukrainian official said that Russian forces had dealt a blow to towns and villages on the eastern and southern frontline on Saturday. Other targets included civilian infrastructure in the city of Zaporozhye.

Britain’s defense ministry said the worsening war situation had prompted Russian forces to increase attacks on civilian infrastructure, which could lead to even more targets.

Ukrainian military officials said they had repelled Russian attacks in some areas, including Bakhmut in the Donetsk region. It is said that multiple attacks were also carried out on air defense facilities and ammunition depots, and that they were hit.

Reuters could not independently confirm the situation.

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