Russia-Ukraine war on June 3: Ukraine counter-attacks and repels Russian troops on 4 fronts
The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine posted on its official Facebook page that it was based on a military report as of 6 a.m. on June 3.
According to the report, on the Volyn and Polissia fronts, the Belarusian Armed Forces are focusing on strengthening the security of the Ukraine-Belarus border.
Meanwhile, Belarusian special forces stationed in the areas near the border with Ukraine (on Belarusian territory) have been rotated. A meeting of communications specialists and technical staff was held as part of a general check on the combat readiness of the Belarusian Armed Forces.
Meanwhile, the Russian military did not carry out any active combat operations on the Sivershchyna front, but carried out a missile attack on civilian infrastructure around the Huddle, Sumy area. The Russian army also shelled Bachivsk, Khodyne and Slavhorod in the Sumy region.
On the Slobozhanshchyna front, Russia continues to prepare for an attack, replenishing weapons, equipment and other supplies from the territory of the Russian Federation. The Russian military is firing artillery and multiple rocket launchers of MLRS at the positions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in order to reduce the offensive potential of Ukraine.
On the Kharkiv front, Russia did not conduct active combat operations and focused its main efforts on the containment of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The Russian military shelled civilian infrastructure in the areas around Bashkirovka, Mospino, Ruska Lozova, Pechenihy and Mykhailivka and carried out an air strike on Nove.
On the Sloviansk front, Russian forces concentrated all their energies on combat engineering tasks. Civilian infrastructure was shelled in and around Dibrivne, Kurulka, Virnopillia, Chervona Poliana, as well as other towns and villages. Russian military aircraft conducted an air strike on the area around Dovhenke. Russian troops tried to attack Bohorodychne and Dolyna, but were unsuccessful and were forced to retreat after suffering losses inflicted by the Ukrainian Self-Defense Forces.
On the Donetsk front, Russian forces are continuing to shell along the entire line of communication.
On the Lyman front, Russia shelled civilian infrastructure in the areas around Yarove, Shchurove, Staryi Karavan and Raihorodok. Russian troops stormed Studenok, fighting continued there.
On the Sievierodonetsk front, Russian forces are continuing to fire on Ukrainian Self-Defense Forces positions and civilian infrastructure in and around Sievierodonetsk, Borivske, Ustynivka and Lysychansk. Russian strike aircraft carried out airstrikes near the village of Myrna Dolyna. Russian forces attempted to attack Metiolkine and Bilohorivka but were unsuccessful and were forced to retreat to their previously held positions.
Fighting is continuing in the city center of Sievierodonetsk.
On the Bakhmut front, Russian troops are shelling the areas around Pokrovske, New-York, Zolote, Komyshuvakha, Mykolaivka, Berestove, Bilohorivka and Vrubivka. They tried to attack Vrubivka, but failed.
The Russian ground forces and strike aircraft have carried out airstrikes on infrastructure in the Vidrodzhennia, Roty, Novoluhanske and Dolomitne regions.
On the Avdiivka, Kurakhove, Novopavlivske and Zaporizhzhia fronts, Russia does not carry out active combat operations, but continues to equip civilian infrastructure in the areas around Kamianka, Vesele, Mariinka, Novomykhailivka, Avdiivka , Pisky and Zolota Nyva. Russian forces attempted to engage in combat and conduct offensive operations around Krasnohorivka and Poltavka, but were unsuccessful and had to retreat to previously held positions.
On the Pivdennyi Buh front, the Russian army used mortars, artillery and MLRS to fire on civilian infrastructure around the Caucasus, Lepetykha, Dmytrivka, Osokorivka, Blahodiine and Stepova Dolyna. Russian forces continued to conduct aerial reconnaissance and attempt to attack the Kryvyi Rih front, but were repulsed and retreated to previously controlled positions.
To maintain their defenses, the Russian forces reinforced the front by transferring reserve units to routes that the Armed Forces of Ukraine could use to advance.
Units of the 150th Motorized Rifle Division of the 8th Guards Combined Armed Corps suffered losses on the Popasna front, consisting of at least 50% of personnel, weapons and equipment.
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