The summary of the 210th day of Russian invasion to Ukraine, as of 22:00 – 21st September 2022 (Kyiv time).
The situation in Ukraine remains unchanged. Russia remains focused on Bakhmut and also managed to repel a Ukrainian attack in Kherson Oblast.
Russia declared partial mobilization on September 21, signaling the invasion isn’t going according to plan and more manpower is needed. A large prisoner exchange also happened on September 21. In total, 215 Ukrainian servicemen returned home, including the commander and deputy commander of Azov Regiment.
includes the area of Kharkiv and Chuhuiv
Kharkiv & Chuhuiv direction
- Ukrainian forces repelled a Russian attack in the vicinity of Kupyansk.
includes the vicinity of Bakhmut
- Russian forces assaulted Ukrainian positions in the direction of Mykolaivka Druha and Kurdyumivka. Both attacks were repelled.
- The enemy tried to advance and capture new positions in the area of Zaitseve and Mayorsk, but without success.
includes the vicinity of Slovyansk and Kramatorsk
- Russian forces shelled Ukrainian positions in the vicinity of Studenok. We still lack a solid proof the town is under Ukrainian control.
overview map of Slovyansk, Kramatorsk, Bakhmut and Lysychansk vicinity
includes the center and southern part of Donetsk Oblast
- Ukrainian forces repelled Russian attacks in Marinka and towards Novomykhailivka.
includes the Zaporizhzhia Oblast
- No change on the ground.
includes the vicinity of Kherson and Mykolaiv
- Based on the released footage, elements of Ukrainian 28th Mechanized Brigade attacked Russian controlled Pravdyne and reached the outskirts. However, during the counter-attack of Russian troops, Ukrainians were pushed back and lost several vehicles.
The full overview map of current situation.
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This summary and detailed maps are based on the following sources:
General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, official media channels of Ukrainian regional administrations, Ukrainian Ministry of Internal Affairs, Security Service of Ukraine (SBU), geolocated footage and press releases of Russian Armed Forces, self-proclaimed DPR and LPR.
This mapping, pro-Ukrainian and Rybar mapping, pro-Russian, seems to show very close positions of front line. I guess, you and Rybar are most accurate and rest of the maps are bit of rubbish/propaganda
Reality is what it is accept that Russia is retreating and they need 300 hundred thousand men. Youtube is plenty of videos recorded in the retaken land.
Russia has an army of 2,100,000 soldiers, only 161,000 of them are in Ukraine. The 300,000 being drafted aren’t going to Ukraine. THATS Reality.
I do not understand why they need to draft 300.000 man in the army, if they already have 2.100.000 service man, and only 161.000 are deployed in Ukraine. Simply because an army of 2.100.000 service man Is a wishfull thinking.
The 2.1 million servicemen are mostly reservists that have not had military training for 1-5 years, It is true that Russia doesn’t have all of its forces in Ukraine, but that’s because otherwise NATO could attack and neutralize its nuclear launch sites in the Kola peninsula. Russia is not drafting new men, its calling back reservists that served in the few past years.
No, Russia is sending everyone they could find to the military, not just reservists. Including people who are protesting against this war, homeless people, any men.
And they don’t have 2 millions trained reservists. At most, they have 100 000 (and that’s a very generous number). All the other reservists have not received any training since they left active service.
Why would Russia send people that are not compliant like criminals, homeless people, and protesters when they could retrain reservists that actually don’t hate them, Russia would be setting their units up to surrender as soon as they get attacked just like what happened in Kharkiv oblast 2 weeks ago. I know that reservists don’t get refresher training in Russia after they finish their service.
I’m sure you can guess why (if you know a little bit about Russia) 🙂
yeah … really seems like they shouldn’t need to draft anyone then, right?
It’s almost as if something doesn’t quite make sense … almost as if some of the things we hear from Russia don’t quite add up …
@Rybar after spreading and “mapping” of “2 Special Ukrainian Forces assaults on ZPP” he lost all his credibility. Still worth checking from time to time – he reflects well some of Ru imaginations.
Vladimir, when I was in Ukraine evacuating Ukrainians (and ethnic Russians) from the front for Refugease and Vostok SOS (we have two vans still doing evacuations and supply delivery (food and medical aid)) our people who were telling us where to pick up (Sievierodonetsk, Lyman, Svyatohirsk etc etc) used a variety of sources but mostly this site. Our lives were at stake and they used the BEST tool.
What the hell are you talking about Guy? If you were working there for Ukraine, then you should have access to Ukrainian real-time military maps not some internet guesses. Complete BS story
I wasn’t working for government or military, I was working for two charities. The military don’t give classified information to all and sundry. Yours is a complete BS comment.