According to updates from the British Secret Service, the heaviest fighting will shift to a nearly 350-km-long front line.
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- According to this, the front line should stretch from Zaporizhia to Chersonese.
- Both the cities are strategically important points.
According to British information, Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine is entering a new phase. The British Ministry of Defense expects that the heaviest fighting will go to the approximately 350-kilometer long front line that extends to Cherson in the south-west near Zaporizhia and thus runs parallel to the Dnieper River.
The ministry announced this in its regular intelligence update on the Ukraine war on Saturday morning. There is a Russian-occupied Ukrainian nuclear power plant in Zaporizhia, the most powerful in Europe. Kherson is linked to the Crimean peninsula occupied by the Black Sea by a strategically important railway line.
In anticipation of a Ukrainian counter-offensive or in preparation for a possible attack, Russian forces were almost certainly at large in southern Ukraine, the British wrote. Long Russian military convoys continued to move southwest from the Donbass region of Ukraine. Military equipment is said to have been brought into Crimea via the Russian-occupied territories of Mitopol, Burdiansk and Mariupol, as well as mainland Russia via the Kerch Bridge.
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