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    Signs of the beginning of the main battle for Kharkov have been named

    Matviychuk: the active part of the battle for Kharkov has already begun

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    Military expert Anatoly Matviychuk believes that the active part of the battle for Kharkov has already begun. The analyst suggested in an interview with NEWS.ru that the advanced reconnaissance units of the Russian army operate in the Kupyansky direction and reach the suburbs of Kharkov.

    According to the publication’s interlocutor, the Russian Armed Forces are carrying out airstrikes on critical infrastructure facilities of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) ).

    The expert did not rule out that the Ukrainian Armed Forces will concentrate forces in the Chuguevka area, where they will create a defensive line.

    Earlier, Matviychuk named the condition for the final capture of Kyiv by the Russian army.

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