Luhansk statement from Zelenskiy: “We are progressing slowly”

Luhansk statement from Zelensky

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said that they continue to advance slowly, fighting to recapture Ukraine’s Luhansk region from the Russian army.

Zelenskiy, in his video message shared on his Telegram account, said that they entered the 270th day of the ongoing war against Russia.

According to the news of AA; Stating that the Russian forces continue their air strikes against his country, Zelenskiy noted that the most severe clashes are taking place on the Donetsk front for now.

Pointing out that the Ukrainian army is making progress in the Luhansk region, Zelenskiy said, “We are advancing slowly by fighting in the Luhansk region. There have been nearly 400 bombardments on the Eastern front since morning.” said.

Zelenskiy stated that the repair works of the energy infrastructures damaged as a result of the Russian air strikes continue and that there are electricity supply problems in 15 regions of the country, especially in the capital Kyiv.

By Peter Kavinsky

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