`Nightmare` threatens Ukrainian lines in Kharkov 0`Nightmare` threatens Ukrainian lines in Kharkov 0

(Dan Tri) – Russia’s new attack in the Kharkov area puts Ukraine in a difficult situation when it has to sacrifice human resources to maintain its defense line.

Firefighters work at the site of a Russian missile attack in Kharkov, Ukraine on May 10 (Photo: Reuters).

According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, the Russian army has taken control of nine villages since launching an attack on Kharkov on May 10.

CNN gave a more serious assessment of the situation on the battlefield on May 13, stating that Russia `is said to have made its fastest progress since the first days of the war.`

`This is a nightmare for Kiev for two reasons: first, they reclaimed this land from Russian forces 18 months ago, but clearly failed to fortify the area to stop Moscow

`Second, Russia could once again encircle Ukraine’s stretched military forces by applying continuous and increasing pressure on the Kharkiv region, inflicting damage through heavy shelling of a central

According to CNN, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky faces `terrible choices about where to deploy limited military forces, as well as where they will ultimately have to sacrifice`.

Western analysts emphasize that opening a new front is especially dangerous for Kiev, given the persistent shortage of ammunition and delays in the delivery of Western aid.

`Nightmare` threatens Ukrainian lines in Kharkov

Location of Kharkiv city in Ukraine (Photo: US Department of Defense).

The New York Times reported on May 12 that Russia’s successful advances in Kharkov, Ukraine’s second largest city and an important industrial center, `could weaken the morale of Ukraine and its allies.`

The New York Times¬†reported that Russia’s advance forced Ukraine to quickly redeploy forces from the Donbass front.

According to¬†Bloomberg, Kiev has begun deploying more troops to stabilize the northeastern front line, noting that Russia’s offensive may have stretched Ukraine’s already under-armed and outnumbered forces, and

Ukraine has been forced to retreat from several cities and villages in Donbass this year, including the heavily fortified city of Avdiivka, where months of fierce fighting took place.

President Zelensky partly blamed the United States for recent losses, and said that Ukraine was a `hostage` in the US presidential election campaign and the political controversy in the US Congress, where the Republican Party had

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