The appointment of Colonel-General Mikhail Teplinsky as commander of Russia’s Dnipro forces “is an indication of the growing pressure on Russian forces” defending themselves against Ukrainian attacks across the Dnipro River and in the Kherson region. The channel’s daily bulletinBritish Military Intelligence.
The bulletin indicates that Teplinsky, deputy commander of Russian forces in Ukraine, “personally assumed command” of the Russian force responsible for the occupied areas in the Kherson region, including the left bank of the Dnipro River, replacing Colonel-General Oleg Makayevich. “In this region – we read – fighting has intensified in recent weeks, with Ukrainian forces competing with Russian control of the left bank. Teplinsky is highly respected by the Russian General Staff and has leadership experience in the region“He was the field officer responsible for the relatively successful withdrawal from the west bank of the Dnipro River in November 2020.”
“And the’ It is practically certain – the Bulletin concluded – that repelling Ukrainian attacks across the Dnipro River and preserving the occupied territories in the Kherson Oblast remains a high-priority goal. Russian forces in Okarina. Tepelinsky’s appointment is likely an indication of increasing pressure on Russian forces defending the region.
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