The New York Times has released another piece on the problematic nature of the Ukrainian offensive on Kherson.

The New York Times has released another piece on the problematic nature of the Ukrainian offensive on Kherson.

The journalists write that the Ukrainian military in the south “remain crammed into their trenches” and that strikes on Russian logistics have not undermined Russia’s core advantages.

“The reduction of supply lines has yet to undermine Moscow’s overwhelming advantage in artillery, ammunition and heavy weapons, making it difficult, if not impossible, for Ukrainian forces to advance without huge losses.”

Ukrainian officers interviewed by correspondents say the AFU has no advantage in personnel and equipment in the Kherson direction. And this gap has recently widened because Russia has pulled up reserves to the south.

In this context, the NYT, citing high-ranking Ukrainian officials, cast doubt on the recently voiced information about the Russian command’s flight from Kherson to the left bank of the Dnieper River. “There is no evidence of this,” the newspaper writes.

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