Where did the Ukrainian troops advance in the Kharkiv region: a map of hostilities
< p _ngcontent-sc90="" class="news-annotation">The Armed Forces of Ukraine are successfully advancing in the Kharkiv region, liberating settlements. In particular, the Ukrainian flag was again raised over Balakliya and other villages.
On September 9, President Volodymyr Zelensky announced that our defenders had already liberated more than 30 settlements in the Kharkiv region. True, the politician asked bloggers not to rush to disseminate information so as not to harm the counteroffensive.
Balakliya and a number of villages were liberated
Aleksey Arestovich, adviser to the President's Office, said that the defense forces had already liberated about 30% of the territory of the Kharkiv region. A huge number of Russian soldiers were taken prisoner. The American Institute of War claims that as of September 9, the Armed Forces of Ukraine have liberated about 2,500 square kilometers of Kharkiv region from occupation.
Yes. The Armed Forces of Ukraine liberated Balakleya. The President released a vivid video confirmation of this. Among the liberated settlements are Shevchenkove, Bayrak, Grakovo, Volokhov Yar, Novaya Gusarovka, etc.
The Armed Forces of Ukraine entered Kupyansk
Ukrainian defenders entered Kupyansk in the morning. Officially, the General Staff has not yet confirmed the liberation of Kupyansk, but the photos of our defenders speak better about this. In particular, published photos at the mayor's office. By the way, Mikhail Podolyak, adviser to the head of the Presidential Administration, noted that Kupyansk is a key strategic city. The entire Kharkov group of invaders passes through it.
Where our military advanced in the Kharkov region can be seen on the map of hostilities. Note that it indicates the advance of the army only in those places that the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine has already reported. Therefore, in some places the information may be out of date, as the situation needs secrecy.
Map of hostilities/Screenshot from the site