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Russian forces likely closing in on Ukraine’s second biggest power plant

Russian forces are likely closing in on Ukraine’s second biggest power plant at Vuhlehirska, 50 kilometres (31 miles) north-east of Donetsk, British military intelligence said on Thursday.

Britain’s defence ministry stated in a regular bulletin that Russia is prioritising the capture of critical national infrastructure, such as power plants

The ministry also added that Russia is probably attempting to break through at Vuhlehirska, as part of its efforts to regain momentum on the southern pincer of its advance towards the key cities of Kramatorsk and Sloviansk.

(3rd) South East Of Bakhmut PT2:
Russian forces are attacking Ukrainian troops at Myronivka from south east of Vozdvyzhenka UA continue to heroically defend.
Russian forces attack north of Luhans'ke to attack Ukrainian stronghold Vuhlehirsʹka Tes powerplant from east side. pic.twitter.com/inLfMkZZc0

— WarMonitor🇺🇦 (@WarMonitor3) June 16, 2022

Russia has been struggling to sustain effective offensive combat power as well as dealing with severe under-manning. Russia now faces the dilemma between deploying reserves to the Donbas or to the southwestern Kherson


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