The Deputy Head of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine (MOU) Anna Malyar noted that the defense of this city reduces the offensive potential of the Russians.
The defense of Bakhmut reduces the offensive potential of the Russian invaders. In addition, it makes it possible to destroy a large number of equipment and personnel of the Russian army This was said by the Deputy Minister of Defense of Ukraine Anna Malyar on the air of the United News telethon on Monday, March 20.
“Bakhmut is our hottest place. This week is the second month since the start of the fiercest conflict, while the situation has increased critically regarding Bakhmut. But with all the forecasts of various experts , Bakhmut is in hot battles for the second. month,” he said.
According to him, the defense of Bakhmut, first of all, allows to reduce the offensive potential of the enemy. Ukrainian troops will not let the invaders go any further.
“The second important aspect is the destruction of the enemy, equipment and personnel. In these battles, of course, unfortunately, there are losses on our part. At the same time, the enemy’s losses are higher and we destroy his most professional. unit, Wagner’s units, thrown into the cordon in Bakhmut,” the official said.
The deputy minister added that now active battles are taking place in Bakhmut, but the defense of the city continues.
“In a certain part of the city, they (battles – ed.) are taking place, the enemy has a certain advance. At the same time, we also have victories in some areas and now the defense of Bakhmut is underway,” Malyar summed up.
It will be recalled that the General Staff previously reported that the attacks were repelled in the northern part of Bakhmut. The Russian Federation is trying to conduct offensive operations in the Donetsk region. Bakhmut remains the center of conflict.
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