Ukraine has intensified its attacks on the Russian military, logistics and other key targets in the rear areas of occupied Ukraine and Russia, the US-based think tank Institute for the Study of War (ISW) said in its latest statement Evaluation on November 12th.

At least three Russian officers were reportedly killed in an explosion staged by the local pro-Ukrainian resistance in Melitopol on November 11, according to the Military Intelligence of Ukraine (HUR). reported.

A day earlier, HUR reported an attack by Ukrainian ground drones sank two Russian high-speed landing craft off the coast of occupied Crimea.

Other recently reported attacks included killing a Moscow-appointed deputy and former military commander, Mikhail Filiponenko, in occupied Luhansk on November 8th Missile attack in occupied Skadovsk on November 9, in which several high-ranking Russian officers were reportedly eliminated.

It was also Ukraine Targeting The British Ministry of Defense said that Russian targets in occupied Crimea and the Black Sea region had led to a “functional defeat” of the Russian Black Sea Fleet since the summer at the latest.

The Washington Post reported on October 23, citing unnamed official sources, that the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) and the HUR were allegedly behind dozens of assassinations against Russian targets since February 2022.

Prominent figures allegedly eliminated by Ukrainian intelligence services included Russian naval officer Stanislav Rzhytskyi in Krasnodar and Russian military blogger Vladlen Tatarsky in St. Petersburg, the Post’s sources claimed.

Ukrainians are increasing their efforts to cross the Dnipro and detain Russian forces in the Kherson region

Pressure is increasing on Russian forces across the Dnipro River in Kherson Oblast. Ukrainian forces have reportedly stepped up attacks on Russian positions to secure a beachhead and bring heavy armor into the fight. They’re not quite there yet, but attacks on the east bank could be

Martin Fornusek

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Martin Fornusek is news editor at the Kyiv Independent. He previously worked as news content editor at media company Newsmatics and writes for Euromaidan Press. He also volunteers as an editor and translator for the Czech edition of Ukraïner. Martin studied at Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic, with a bachelor’s degree in security studies and history and a master’s degree in conflict and democracy studies.

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