The Russians complain that the Armed Forces of Ukraine are taking advantage of “bad weather” and hitting their positions.
Kremlin propagandists admit that they suffer huge losses in personnel, regularly trying to storm the positions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the Ugledar direction.
When trying to capture Pavlovka, according to the Russian military correspondents themselves, “more marines died in two days than in the first Chechen war,” writes Bild .
On the same days, a Russian military plane was shot down near Bakhmut.
Kremlin propagandists found the culprit in the failures in eastern Ukraine – bad weather. For example, one of the mouthpieces of the Kremlin wrote on Telegram that in Pavlovka, Russian soldiers “were taken hostage by floods” and the roads were “impassable”, complaining that the Ukrainian artillery used this.
The overall picture is complemented by UAV footage of the work of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on the grouping of the enemy near Vuhledar, the newspaper notes.