Kherson region guarded by up to 15,000 Russian invaders – Arestovich

The UAF strategy is to use HIMARS to destroy supply depots and command posts.

Armed Forces of Ukraine are confidently advancing in the Kherson direction / REUTERS
Armed Forces of Ukraine are confidently advancing in the Kherson direction / REUTERS

Currently, the Kherson region is guarded by 12-15 thousand Russian invaders.

Aleksey Arestovich, adviser to the head of the OP, spoke about this in an interview with Feigin.

At the same time, he clarified that neither such a number of enemy troops, nor minefields will stop the offensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine when it starts.

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According to Arestovich, the strategy of the Armed Forces of Ukraine is to destroy supply depots and command posts with the help of HIMARS, and then storm the region.

“In the Kherson direction, we are polishing them with artillery … Everyone needs to polish HIMARS – fuel, command posts. And then all those ridiculous concrete weapons that they brought. Well, people will simply stand with their hands up when there is no fuel and ammunition “, – said Arestovich.

As UNIAN wrote, the Armed Forces of Ukraine continue to advance in the Kherson direction with confident steps, but the details are not advertised yet.

Earlier it was reported that the soldiers of the Ukrainian army resumed control over already 44 settlements in the Kherson region. At the same time, most of the region is still under temporary occupation.

(C)UNIAN 2022

4 comments

  1. “Currently, the Kherson region is guarded by 12-15 thousand Russian invaders.”

    That’s about one division. That’s not much at all. I think that Ukrainian forces can send them all to hell … no, not mafia land … to the real hell.

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