Invading Russian forces have moved reserves from the Russian military’s new Third Army Corps, as well as the remnants of units withdrawn from the abandoned Kharkiv section of front, to Donetsk and Zaporizhzhya oblasts, Ukraine’s General Staff said on Sept. 15.
At the same time, as Ukraine’s defense forces have disrupted the invaders’ logistics, some Russian frontline units are experiencing shortages of ammunition for multiple launch rocket systems and artillery, the General Staff said.
The General Staff also reported that Russian troops are shelling civilian infrastructure with tanks, mortars and artillery, namely:
- on the Seversky axis — the Halahanivka district of Chernihiv Oblast;
- on the Kharkiv axis — areas of the settlements of Baranivka, Hoptivka, Visoka Yaruga, Nenuchne and Kupyansk;
- on the Kramatorsk axis — Tetyanivka, Kryva Luka and Bilohorivka;
- on the Bakhmut axis — Vesele, Yakovlivka, Bakhmutske, Bakhmut, Vesela Dolyna, Zaitseve and Sukha Balka;
- on the Avdiyivka axis — Avdiivka, Pervomaiske, Vodyane, Krasnohorivka, Maryinka and Novomykhailivka;
- on the Zaporizhzhya axis — Vilne Pole, Zelene Pole, Novopil, Velyka Novosilka, Pavlivka, Orihiv, Mala Tokmachka and Bilohirya;
- on the Pivdennobuzhsky axis — Bila Krynytsia, Olhyne, Lyubomyrivka, Ternovy Pody, Pravdyne, Myrne and Ivanivka.
In addition, the invaders are conducting constant aerial reconnaissance using UAVs.