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Zelensky named the areas of the hottest battles at the front

Zelensky spoke about the fighting at the front

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said that intense fighting with the Russian occupiers continues at the front in dozens of locations. The heaviest fighting continues in Donetsk and Kharkiv regions.

There are also clashes in the south of Ukraine. The President said this in an address to Ukrainians and the world on Sunday, December 3. The video was published on his official YouTube channel.

According to Zelensky, the most difficult areas on the front line are Maryinka, Bakhmut, Avdiivka, Kharkiv region and the south.

Zelensky named the areas of the hottest battles at the front
Zelensky named the areas of the hottest battles at the front
Zelensky named the areas of the hottest battles at the front

The President reminded that the frontline needs support every day. "Next week, the Ukrainian authorities are preparing solutions to increase the capabilities of our army at the frontline. First of all, this concerns the defense industry of Ukraine, as well as new military aid packages for the soldiers of the Ukrainian Defense Forces.

They are also preparing to strengthen the country's air defense.

The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported that on December 3, 56 direct battles between the Defense Forces and the Russian invaders took place at the front. The enemy used combat aircraft in the Luhansk sector, but was still repelled by counterattacks from the Armed Forces.

They also noted that the occupiers regularly organize assaults against the positions of our troops, as well as shelling settlements, violating the customs of war and committing war crimes.

As OBOZ.UA previously reported, Zelensky called on Ukrainians to remember the need to support the frontline every day. Each of us should not just wait for the soldiers to win, but do everything to make Ukraine stronger and increase our common opportunities.

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