Ukrainian soldiers liberated the village of Dibrovne near Izyum (Kharkiv region) from the occupants. Thus the Ukrainian Armed Forces were able to move the front line.
This is reported on the Facebook page of the 93rd OMBr Kholodny Yar.
"Soldiers of the 93rd Brigade Kholodny Yar are confidently moving forward in the Izyum direction. The brigade pushed the enemy behind the village of Dibrovne and moved the front line. Cut off from the supply, the occupants fled, abandoning their equipment. True, before leaving the village they abundantly mined it with anti-personnel and anti-tank mines," the report says.
In particular, an officer in the 93rd brigade, Oleksandr, described the course of hostilities in the Izyum direction: "How was it liberated? They simply drove them out. There were no more supply routes left for them, all logistics were disrupted, people..."
According to him, the occupants who were in the village realized that they had cut off the oxygen in the village, they had no way to bring provisions, ammunition, the evacuation of the wounded became more difficult, and therefore "heroically" retreated.
Yesterday it became known that the Ukrainian military liberated two villages within a week - Mazanovka in the Slovyansk district of the Donetsk region and Dmitrovka in the Izyum district of the Kharkiv region.