A map of the approximate situation on the ground in Ukraine as of 00:00 UTC 13/06/22.— Ukraine War Map (@War_Mapper) June 13, 2022
There have been no notable changes to control since the last update. pic.twitter.com/uno6UYCBfa
A close-up look of key areas in the East:— Ukraine War Map (@War_Mapper) June 13, 2022
🇷🇺 is carrying out attacks on Bohorodychne and Dolyna, SE from Izyum.
🇷🇺 is also attempting to advance North of Popasna.
Fighting continues in Severodonetsk, 🇷🇺 now controls approximately 70% of the city. pic.twitter.com/UxgTJqaetO
West Izium Front (June 13 5:00 AM)— Ukraine Battle Map (@ukraine_map) June 13, 2022
Ukrainian Forces have liberated the villages of Spivakivka and Zavody which are 10-15 km West of Izium
Significant progress has been made in the large forest West of Izium as Ukraine now controls most of it 🇺🇦#UkraineWar #Ukraine #Donbas pic.twitter.com/DlKSpdMRPe
(Unconfirmed)— WarMonitor🇺🇦 (@WarMonitor3) June 12, 2022
Ukrainian counteroffensive west of Izyum-Ukrainian forces have retaken the towns of Zavody and Spivakivka. They have also retaken a portion of the forest directly west of Izyum centre. pic.twitter.com/nWOnKl5sjs
#Russian forces continue to struggle with generating additional combat-capable units. Pro-Russian sources are continuing to spread disinformation to sow anxiety and resentment among the #Ukrainian population.— ISW (@TheStudyofWar) June 12, 2022
Read today's report: https://t.co/9WKz6lKU6S pic.twitter.com/Jos9ANFuAw
Russian forces should, in principle, be seeking to seize the bridges between Severodonetsk and Lysychansk rather than destroy them, since Russian troops have struggled to cross the Siverskyi Donetsk River. (1/3) https://t.co/9WKz6lKU6S https://t.co/7IrFiqrUQs— ISW (@TheStudyofWar) June 13, 2022
Russian forces could hope to trap Ukrainian defenders in Severodonetsk by cutting off their retreat, but it seems unlikely that the benefit of catching a relatively small number of defenders would be worth the cost of imposing a contested river crossing on Russian troops. (2/3)— ISW (@TheStudyofWar) June 13, 2022
They likely expect instead to break out of their positions either around Toshkivka or from Popasna to the north and then encircle/attack Lysychansk from the west bank of the Siverskyi Donets, thereby obviating the need to seize the bridges or conduct an opposed crossing. (3/3)— ISW (@TheStudyofWar) June 13, 2022
The #German concern Rheinmetall is modernizing 100 BMP Marder. Several cars are already ready and can be immediately sent to #Ukraine, concern's general director said.— NEXTA (@nexta_tv) June 12, 2022
💬"When and where these Marders will be delivered, #German government will decide," he added. pic.twitter.com/JaHq9jd7zv
⚡️ Czech Foreign Minister: 'Putin doesn’t care how Russia is perceived in the West.'— The Kyiv Independent (@KyivIndependent) June 12, 2022
Czech Foreign Minister Jan Lipavsky tackled French President Emmanuel Macron’s recent stance on avoiding humiliating Russia. ‘Macron probably doesn’t understand the issue very well,” he said.
These are the indicative estimates of Russia’s combat losses as of June 12, according to the Armed Forces of Ukraine. pic.twitter.com/5B9Rm7JwsX— The Kyiv Independent (@KyivIndependent) June 13, 2022
Ukrainian 81st Airmobile Brigade’s artillery units struck an accumulation of Russian equipment resulting in the destruction of 3 BM-27 Uragan MLRSs, one TZM 9T452 for BM-27, 3 Russian fuel tankers and one military crane.#Russia #Ukraine pic.twitter.com/Ec2L9dAZSM— BlueSauron👁️ (@Blue_Sauron) June 13, 2022