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Sunday 5th February 2023 / 14 Rejab 1444

We regained control of 6,000 sq km of territory from Russia: Ukrainian President

The Ukrainian government says that our army is advancing against Russia. (Photo: Weber)

The Ukrainian government says that our army is advancing against Russia. (Photo: Weber)

KYIV: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has said that we have regained control of 6000 square kilometers of Ukrainian territory occupied by Russia.

The Ukrainian government also claimed an advance in Kharkiv. According to the details, the Ukrainian president said during one of his speeches that during this month, Ukraine carried out retaliatory actions against Russia in the east and south and occupied an area covering thousands of kilometers.

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According to international news agencies, the Ukrainian government has claimed that its army is active in the northeastern Kharkiv region and that the army is advancing in other cities, including Blake, Kapisak, and Izumi.

American think tanks claim that Ukraine has managed to turn the tide of war against Russia in its favor, but the recent retaliation against the enemy does not indicate the end of the war. Russia’s military action is likely to be prolonged.

Read also: Ukrainian President says only ‘diplomacy’ can end war

It should be noted that earlier the Ukrainian government claimed that at least 22 people were killed and many were injured as a result of the Russian rocket attack on the Ukrainian railway station. The rocket attack was carried out on Ukraine’s Independence Day.

Last month, Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelenskyy government released statistics on Russian rocket attacks. Ukraine said that it has been six months since Russia started military operations in our country.

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