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ISW: Russian forces advancing in Avdiivka

by Lance Luo November 26, 2023 7:13 AM 1 min read
Avdiivka photogrpahed in October 2023. (Vlada Liberova / Libkos via Getty Images)
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Russian troops continued operations near Avdiivka on Nov. 25 and have made confirmed advances, ISW reported.

Geolocated videos posted on Nov. 24 indicate that Russian forces advanced north of Krasnohorivka, a settlement 7km northwest of Avdiivka.

“Several Russian milbloggers amplified footage purportedly showing some Ukrainian forces withdrawing from positions in the industrial zone on Avdiivka’s southern flank, but another milblogger claimed that Russian forces have not yet completely captured the industrial zone.”

The Ukrainian military says it repelled Russian ground attacks east and south of Novokalynove and near Novobakhmutivka, Stepove, Avdiivka, Sieverne, and Pervomaiske, all settlements within 15km of Avdiivka.

Avdiivka closed for volunteers and press as situation deteriorates
Vitalii Barabash, head of the Avdiivka city military administration, said on March 27 that due to the worsening situation in the city, entry to the front-line city in Donetsk Oblast is now prohibited for journalists and volunteers.

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