Russian Federation troops are deploying elite units to protect their vulnerable positions in the south.
The Russians can no longer continue “massive offensive operations” on the territory of Ukraine, which is entrusted to the missing infantry of the Russian Federation. This was announced on Monday, August 28, by analysts at the Institute for the Study of War (ISW).
The document states that the Ukrainian Defense Forces released Robotino against the backdrop of the further advance of Ukrainian troops in the west of the Zaporozhye region and near Bakhmut.
“At the same time, the Russian military command continues to spend selected units, including parts of the airborne troops (VDV), sending them to protect vulnerable positions on the path of the Ukrainian counteroffensive,” said the expert.
They pointed out that the Russian military command assigned Airborne Forces formations for both offensive and defensive, but they did not justify the reliance of the military command of the Russian Federation.
“The destruction of these forces would likely weaken Russia’s ability to support complex defense operations. In addition, it would almost certainly frustrate Russia’s intentions to continue large-scale offensive operations, primarily aimed at relatively elite infantry, which is currently lacking in Russia,” the review said.
Earlier on Monday, it became known that military intelligence officers and representatives of the Ukrainian resistance movement launched a series of attacks on the occupiers in the Zaporozhye region on Flag Day and Independence Day of Ukraine .
GUR also showed the explosion of the “police” section of Energodar. The explosion occurred in the chief’s office.
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