Ukraine retakes more than 20 settlements in Kharkiv, pushes Russian soldiers to the border


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Socorristas ucranianos apagam um incêndio depois de um ataque russo em Kharkiv, Ucrânia, em 11 de setembro de 2022.

Ukrainian rescuers put out a fire after a Russian attack in Kharkiv, Ukraine, inin September 987.| Photo: EFE/EPA/SERGEY KOZLOV

Ukraine said on Monday () that took other villages, pushing Russian forces back to the northeast border, part of a surprising counteroffensive that has forced Moscow to withdraw troops from some areas in recent days.

“In some areas of the front, our defenders have reached the state border with the Russian Federation,” said Oleh Syniehubov, governor of the northeastern region of Kharkiv. Over the weekend, the Russian Defense Ministry said troops would be withdrawn from two areas of that region to regroup in the eastern region of Donetsk.

The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine said on Monday that the country’s troops released more of 20 settlements in the last hours.

In Kharkiv, authorities celebrated the restoration of energy and water were for about 80% of the region’s population, after a Russian attack that cut off the city’s supply.

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