Ukraine Stages Major Counter-Offensive, Breaks Russian Frontlines in Hours

The defense line of Russian invaders in the vital Kherson region of Southern Ukraine has been broken in several spots in surprising breakthroughs.

This comes just hours after the Ukrainian military began a long-anticipated, large-scale counter-offensive to liberate its land from the hordes of bloodthirsty Vladimir Putin.

SPECIAL: Get Your FREE Red Trump 2024 Hat Here

Breaking the Back of Putin’s Invasion

Defenders of plucky Ukraine have managed not only to stop the Russian invaders all across the map, but also to inflict upon them very severe losses.

Besides killing thousands of Russian troops, Ukrainians have destroyed mind-blowing amounts of Russian military equipment – about 12,000 units.

Ukraine’s attention, as of late, has been best focused on Kherson in the deep south, a city of 300,000 and the only Ukrainian provincial capital to have been captured by the Russian invaders.

(Social media video snapshot shows Russian troops fleeing through a trench from the Ukrainian attack in Kherson’s region)

Awaited Since the Spring

Since the beginning of the summer, there have been hopes that Ukrainians would be able to stage a large counter-offensive in order to crush Russians west of the Dnipro and liberate the city of Kherson.

It was on Monday, August 29 that the Ukrainian military officially announced and began its much-anticipated counter-attack in the south. This could defeat the 30,000-strong Russian contingent and liberate the major port city.

To top it all off, the news about the start of the Ukrainian offensive was swiftly followed by news confirmed by Ukrainian authorities that their forces took only several hours to break the first defensive line of the Russians, The Daily Mail reported.

The Ukrainian military group called Kakhova managed to force the 109 regiments of Russian proxy troops from the so-called Donetsk People’s Republic to retreat.

A Russian military’s paratrooper unit supporting the Moscow proxies is reported to have been forced to flee from its positions at the same time.

Sergey Khlan, an advisor to the regional governor of Kherson, told Ukraine’s Pryamyi television channel this is the announcement the nation and its allies have been awaiting since the spring of this year.

Kherson was captured by the Russians on March 3, nine days into the war.

Natalia Humeniuk, the spokeswoman of the Ukrainian Southern Command, said about a dozen Russian military depots in and around Kherson were destroyed in preparation for the counter-offensive over the past week.

Many Ukrainian military analysts refused to provide details on their YouTube channels about the operation in order to avoid giving information that the Russians could use.

However, a YouTube video showing the bloodied face of a Russian proxy soldier made headlines. In the video, the panting soldier sounds panicked as he describes how the Ukrainian artillery and Air Force descended upon Russian occupiers of the Kherson region.

Recent