The Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) returned the Russian-occupied village of Katerynivka in the Limansky district of the Donetsk region to control. This is reported by the pro-Russian Telegram channel WarGonzo, citing sources in the Krasnolimansky district of the DPR. Now Ukrainian troops are moving northwest of Liman and trying to encircle Russian troops, NORS reports .
Pro-Russian channels claim that the UAF is occupying Yekaterinovka for the second time in the past few days. According to propagandists, after the first assault, Russia briefly reoccupied the village. The capture of this point by the Armed Forces of Ukraine “significantly complicates the defense of Krasny Liman and Drobyshevo” for Russia, the reports say.
The supply of the Russian group in this area is becoming more difficult.
Also, the Armed Forces of Ukraine liberated the village of Redkodub in the Donetsk region, MP Yuriy Misyagin wrote about this by posting a video with the Ukrainian military on Telegram. The distance from Redkodub to Liman is 25 kilometers.
There will be no changes at the front due to Russian mobilization, there will simply be “more corpses,” retired SBU Major General Viktor Yagun and military expert Sergei Grabsky told The Insider. According to experts, Ukraine will have reason to demand that Western countries introduce new sanctions against Russia. They believe that mobilization will also be a huge problem for the Russian economy, as hundreds of thousands of new troops need to be provided.
A few days after the decree, reports began to appear in the media and social networks about problems with providing mobilized medicines. On September 27, Sirena published a video in which a representative of a military unit in the Altai Territory advises conscripts to ask their wives to buy the cheapest pads for them to put in their shoes, and tampons to cover bullet holes with them. The woman also urges the mobilized to buy hydrogen peroxide and tourniquets at their own expense.
The territorial departments of Roszdravnadzor warned the heads of pharmaceutical organizations about the shortage of dressings, hemostatic agents and hemostatic tourniquets. This was reported by Pharmaceutical Bulletin, citing a relevant letter and sources in pharmacy associations.