Multiple failure of Ukrainian offensives on all fronts

Sep 14, 2022 00:00 Intro

00:57 Georgia “requested” by Ukraine to “open a 2nd front” against Russia

03:23 Russian Su-25, Su-24M and Mi-8 shot down over Ukraine

03:53 Belarus conducts military exercises near the entire Belarus-Ukraine border ending

04:21 Mykolaiv Front (Attempted Ukrainian assault towards Ternovi Pody from Posad-Pokrovske; Russian controls Ternovi Pody; Fighting reported at Novohryhorivka)

06:21 Davydiv Brid Front (Fighting reported at Davydiv Brid, Bezimenne; Attempted Ukrainian assault towards Bruskynske)

09:50 Kryvyi Rih Front (Fighting reported at Arkhanhelske)

11:57 Zaporizhzhia Line (Fighting reported north of Kostyantynivka)

14:28 Donetsk Front (Fighting reported at Krasnohorivka, Vodyane, Avdiivka; Russian forces captured west Donetsk Airport positions)

18:37 Bakhmut Front (Fighting reported at Mayorsk, Odradivka, west of Zaitseve, Vesela Dolyna, Soledar; Russian forces captured Mykolaivka, Mykolaivka Druha)

21:29 Siversk Front (Fighting reported at Spirne, Bilohorivka)

22:48 Slovyansk Front (No fighting reported at Lyman)

25:44 Oskil Front

27:43 Conclusion


One Response to “Multiple failure of Ukrainian offensives on all fronts”

  1. sovereigntea says:

    Response to Washington’s gimp in Kiev.

    Georgia would consider opening a ‘second front’ against Russia, but only if its people support the idea in a referendum, an MP and head of the leading parliamentary force – the ‘Georgian Dream’ Party – said on Tuesday.

    Irakli Kobakhidze was commenting on statements made by some Ukrainian officials in recent months, who had called on Tbilisi to join its fight against Russia.

    “We can hold a referendum, a plebiscite on whether people want to open a second front [against Russia] in Georgia or not,” Kobakhidze said, according to the Georgian news Channel 1.

    He said Georgians should “make a decision” themselves on whether they agree with officials in Kiev or their own government, which opposes such a move, he added.

    “If people want it, we can discuss it together later,” the politician said, without offering a timeline on when such a referendum might happen.