Russians continue offensive actions near Bakhmut but are unable to advance
Russian invasion forces are conducting conducting offensive actions on the Bakhmut and Avdiyivka axes in the Donbas (Photo:General Staff)
Russian invasion forces are conducting conducting offensive actions on the Bakhmut and Avdiyivka axes in the Donbas, and defending everywhere else, the General Staff of Ukraine said in their morning Facebook update on Nov. 10.
Ukrainian defenders repelled a number of Russian attacks in the areas of Novoselivske and Makiyivka in Luhansk Oblast, as well as Soledar, Bilohorivka, and eight other settlements in Donetsk Oblast, on Nov. 9, the military reported.
Meanwhile, Russians forces launched 11 missile and 22 air strikes, and conducted over 35 attacks from multiple rocket launchers. Over 30 settlements in the Donetsk, Luhansk, Dnipropetrovsk, Zaporizhzhya, Mykolaiv, Sumy and Kherson oblasts were targeted or struck.
Shelling was recorded across nearly the entire front line:
- On the Siverskyi axis - from cannon and rocket artillery near the settlements of Hasychivka in Chernihiv Oblast and seven villages in Sumy Oblast;
- On the Slobozhanskyi axis - from artillery of various types in the areas of the settlements of Vovchansk, and five others;
- On the Kupyansk and Lyman axes - from mortars, cannon and rocket artillery in the areas of Spirne, Bilohorivka, and seven other ettlements;
- On the Bakhmut axis - from tanks, mortars, cannon and rocket artillery in the areas of Bakhmut, Soledar, Mayorsk, and five other settlements;
- On the Avdiyivka axis - from tanks, mortars, cannon and rocket artillery in the areas of Vuhledar, Maryinka, Krasnohorivka and three other settlements;
- On the Novopavlivka and Zaporizhzhya axes - from tanks and the entire range of artillery in the areas of 11 settlements;
- On the southern axis - from tanks and multi-caliber artillery near the settlements of Marhanets and five others.
- In addition, at least 15 Russian reconnaissance UAV flights were also recorded during this period.
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