|ავტორი: David Batashvili, Research Fellow at the Rondeli Foundation|
This is a special issue of the Rondeli Russian Military Digest dedicated to the Russo-Ukrainian War, composed on the basis of numerous open sources.
Donbas Area – Northeast
Russians launched attacks on Lysychansk from the side of the recently captured Bila Hora, with fighting taking place in Lysychansk’s southern outskirts.
Southwest of Lysychansk, Russians likely took Vovchoyarivka. Their attacks towards Verkhnokamyanka were unsuccessful.
Ukrainians counterattacked in Mykolaivka with the outcome unclear as of the time of writing. Russian attacks towards the Bakhmut-Lysychansk highway were unsuccessful.
Southeast of Bakhmut, fighting continued in Klynove which had been attacked by Russians.
Donbas Area – North
Russians once again took village Dibrovne. Ukrainians repelled Russian attacks towards Kurulka, Mazanivka, Dolyna and Bohorodychne. Heavy fighting continued on this portion of the frontline.
Static shot from the Russo-Ukrainian War interactive map, northern and northeastern Donbas frontline, afternoon 27 June. All information on the maps is approximate.
Donbas Area – Southeast
Ukrainians repelled Russian attempted attacks in Mar’inka and east of Avdiivka.
Donbas Area – South and Zaporizhzhia Area
Ukrainians continued their attacks near Pavlivka, liberating villages Yehorivka, Prechystivka, Novomaiorske and Zolota Nyva.
Ukrainian attack was also reported in the direction of Polohy with its progress unclear as of the time of writing.
Black Sea Area
Ukrainians advanced in the north of the frontline in this area liberating Visokopillya and Pot’omkyne after intense fighting.
Northwest of Kherson city, Ukrainians liberated Barvinok. Heavy fighting continued in the areas of Kyselivka and Pravdyne.
In the central part of the frontline in this area, Russians counterattacked retaking Davydiv Brid.
Black Sea Area frontline, 27 June
Fighting continued along various parts of the frontline in this area. Ukrainians repelled Russian attacks towards Dementiivka and Pytomnyk.