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ISW: Ukraine increasingly pressuring Russian positions as counteroffensive continues

by The Kyiv Independent news desk September 16, 2022 8:33 AM 1 min read
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In its latest update, the Institute for the Study of War said Ukraine's counteroffensive operations are increasingly pressuring Russian positions and logistics in eastern Kharkiv, northern Luhansk, and eastern Donetsk oblasts. According to the ISW, "Russian forces in eastern Ukraine will likely struggle to hold their defensive lines if Ukraine continues to push farther east." Meanwhile, the Kremlin continues to look for ways to recruit locally "rather than setting conditions for general mobilization," the ISW said.

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