Triumph in Kharkiv: Ukraine Recaptures Topoli After 21 Months

Ukrainian forces liberate Topoli in Kharkiv after 21 months of occupation and repel attacks near Bakhmut.

The Ukrainian armed forces have recaptured the village of Topoli in the Kharkiv Oblast on November 11, as reported by FOCUS Online. A video released by the Ministry of Interior shows a soldier raising the national flag in the village. According to the Steel Border unit, they are always ready to defend their country and eliminate enemies. Topoli, which had been occupied since the Russian invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, is now liberated after almost 21 months.

Ukraine Successfully Repels 15 Attacks Near Bakhmut

Additionally, FOCUS Online reports on Ukraine’s successful defense against Russian assault attempts near Bakhmut. According to Interfax-Ukraine and the Ukrainian Ground Forces Command, 15 attacks have been repelled in the last 24 hours. Volodymyr Fito, the head of Public Relations Service of the Ukrainian Ground Forces Command, states that the enemy has shifted to active defense and is attempting to recapture lost positions, putting pressure on Ukrainian defense forces at the Bakhmut front and south of the city.

Image: Kraken, Soldiers of the Kraken unit during the defense of Pytomnyk village.jpg, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons (Image size changed)

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