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Russian forces prepare to withdraw artillery from the right bank of Dnipros in Kherson Oblast Staff Report

KATERYNA TYSCHHENKOSUNDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2022, 6:46 PM

The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported that the Russian occupation forces are preparing to withdraw artillery units from the right bank of the Dnipro River in Kherson Oblast; these units could then be transferred to other fronts.

Source: General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on Facebookinformation at 6:00 p.m. on October 30

Quotation: “According to available information, enemy forces are preparing to withdraw artillery units from the right bank [of the River Dnipro] in Kherson Oblast, with their possible subsequent transfer to other fronts.”

Details: The General Staff further reported that the occupation authorities in the temporarily Russian-occupied territory of Kherson Oblast are trying to make the territories under their control unfit for life.

For example, they disabled the Internet to access in Nova Kakhovka on October 29, 2022 and have since used loudspeakers throughout the city to urge local residents to leave Kherson Oblast within 48 hours, saying there is a threat that Ukrainian armed forces will carry out missile strikes in the region. Medical staff from local hospitals and workers from municipal emergency response services are on the front line for the so-called “evacuation”.

In addition, the occupation authorities issued a decree obliging local traders to sell all food products and close shops and markets from November 1 2022.

During the day of October 30, the Russian forces carried out 3 missile strikes and 1 air strikeas well as over 30 multiple rocket launcher system attacks.

More than 15 cities, towns and villages suffered Russian attacks, including Kupiansk (Kharkiv Oblast), Bereznehuvate and Ochakiv (Mykolaiv Oblast).

There were no significant changes to the fronts of Volyn and Polissia. The Republic of Belarus continues to aid and support Russia’s military aggression against Ukraine. The Russian Federation continues to transfer its troops to the territory of Belarus. There is a permanent threat of missiles and air strikes from the territory of Belarus, including with the use of attack UAVs.

On other fronts, the Russians continued to fire on military and civilian targets:

  • On the Slobozhanshchyna front: Russian forces deployed tanks, mortars and rocket and tube artillery to fire on areas in and around Veterynarne, Dvorichna, Starytsia, Strilecha and Chuhunivka (Kharkiv Oblast);

  • On the Kupyansk and Lyman fronts: Russian forces deployed various types of artillery in and around Kyslivka and Olhivka (Kharkiv Oblast), Hrekivka and Nevske (Luhansk Oblast) and Zarichne (Donetsk Oblast);

  • On the Bakhmut front: Russian forces deployed tanks, mortars and rocket and tube artillery to fire on areas in and around Andriivka, Bakhmut, Maiorsk, Nevske, Opytne, Siversk and Soledar (Donetsk oblast );

  • On the Avdiivka front: Russian forces deployed tanks, mortars and rocket and rocket artillery to fire on areas in and around Avdiivka, Vodiane, Nevelske, Krasnohorivka, Marinka and Oleksandropil (Donetsk Oblast );

  • On the Novopavlivka and Zaporizhia fronts: Russian occupation forces fired on areas in and around Bohoiavlenka, Vremivka, Vuhledar, Novopil and Prechystivka (Donetsk Oblast) and Zaliznychne, Malynivka, Novodanylivka, Olhivske, Charivne and Chervone (Oblast of Zaporizhzhia).

  • On the Pivdennyi Buh front, about twenty towns and villages located along the line of contact are under Russian fire.

During today, Ukrainian aircraft carried out 5 airstrikes on Russian positions: 1 on a group of Russian military personnel, weapons and equipment; 2 on the strengths of the peloton; and 2 on Russian air defense systems.

Ukrainian missile forces and artillery also hit a Russian command post.

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