The big attack resumed at three in the morning. In the plain of Zaporizhzhia there is no way to hide the movements: the Ukrainians try to shield themselves from the darkness to escape the Russian artillery. They were trained by NATO instructors to use the viewers to advance in the dark, exchanging infrared images captured by drones on tablets. So for the second day in a row armored units rushed against the defensive lines of Moscow.
The Ukrainian counter-offensive reaches twenty kilometers beyond the Russian front line