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Russian war in Ukraine and latest news after Navalny’s death, live

Ukrainian Forces Launch Attack on Alleged Russian ‘Training Camp’ near Dnipro River

In a recent development, Ukrainian forces have reported launching an attack on what they claim to be a “training camp” for Russian troops near the Dnipro River in the Kherson region. The targeted area is said to be located on the left bank of the river, near the strategic Krynky bridge.

A video shared on Ukraine’s Southern Command official Telegram channel depicts approximately two dozen soldiers fleeing after an explosion in a field, which is believed to be the result of the attack on the alleged “training camp.” The command’s spokeswoman, Natalya Humenyuk, has confirmed the apparent impact on the targeted site.

According to geolocation analysis conducted by CNN, the supposed “training camp” is situated in Oleshky Sands, approximately 21 kilometers south of Krynky.

This development comes in the midst of conflicting claims regarding the control of the village by Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, with Ukraine dismissing the assertion as “manipulation and falsification of facts.” President Volodymyr Zelensky has also emphasized that Ukrainian forces remain stationed at the Krynky bridge, refuting any claims of displacement by the enemy.

On other fronts, Ukrainian forces have reportedly repelled eight Russian attacks in the Zaporizhia region and inflicted heavy losses on Russian units attempting to advance beyond Robotyne. In the Marinka sector of the Donetsk region, Ukrainian forces continue to contain Russian forces in the area. The situation remains fluid, with tensions escalating in various locations along the front line.

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