Russian Military Situation in Ukraine, Going into 1 March 2022:

Above: Military situation in Ukraine, going into 1 March 2022. Map source: Wikipedia.

Russian forces in southern Ukraine, south of Zaporizhzhia, appear to have lost some territory to Ukrainian counterattacks. On the other hand, Russian forces advancing along the Sea of Azov have linked up with Russian and separatist forces advancing west from Donetsk province, in the region of Mariupol. In the north, Russian forces have been stalled by Ukrainian resistance, and in a sign that the Russian military operation may be seriously behind schedule, there is talk that Russian forces in the north will be supported by Belarussian forces, probably in the form of airborne units. Compare the above map and the apparent setbacks it depicts, with Russian gains on the last day of February 2022.

Above: Russian military situation in Ukraine, 28 February 2022. Map source: Wikipedia.

Blog Editor Patrick Cloutier is the author of Mussolini’s War in the East 1941-1943.

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