“Sensitive tactical failure”: Girkin confirmed that the Ukrainian Armed Forces liberated Vysokopolye

According to him, the Russian occupiers “withdrew” from the village.

Girkin confirmed the release of Vysokopolye / REUTERS
Girkin confirmed the release of Vysokopolye / REUTERS

Terrorist Igor Strelkov-Girkin confirmed that Ukrainian soldiers had liberated Vysokopolye , Kherson region.

He announced this in Telegram .

According to him, there was a “sensitive tactical failure.

“They confirm the abandonment of the urban-type settlement of Vysokopolie by our troops in the Krivoy Rog direction. This is a sensitive tactical failure, – earlier the enemy repeatedly tried to take this extreme stronghold of the RF Armed Forces on the distant approaches to Krivoy Rog,” Girkin wrote.

As UNIAN reported earlier, information appeared on the network today that Ukrainian soldiers had liberated the village of Vysokopole in the Kherson region. The Ukrainian flag flew over the village hospital.

The Ukrainian flag flew over Vysokopolye / t.me/voynareal
The Ukrainian flag flew over Vysokopolye / t.me/voynareal

The operational data of the Deep State service map indicates that this settlement was already in the semi-ring of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

Recall that on August 29, the Armed Forces of Ukraine confirmed the start of the counteroffensive of forces in the south. In the first days, the defenders  managed to move the front line , British intelligence stated.

OPU adviser Alexei Arestovich  said  that the liberation of the occupied territories in the south would be a long and very difficult process.

(C)UNIAN 2022

2 comments

  1. “…the enemy repeatedly tried to take this extreme stronghold…”

    This must mean that the village was heavily fortified. If so, and UA forces still managed to capture it, then they did a swell job!

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