The Russian army took control of the settlement. Dorozhnyanka in the Zaporozhye region. This afternoon it became known that the Russian military was able to take control of the settlement. Dorozhnyanka in the Zaporozhye region. The Russian defense department voiced information on this subject.
The village of Dorozhnyanka is located only 6 kilometers from the city of Gulyaipole, which opens up the possibility of launching an offensive against this settlement.
Until recently, n.p. Dorozhnyanka was in the so-called “gray zone”; however, due to the intensification of offensive operations, the Ukrainian troops were forced to retreat to other lines of defense, presumably towards the city of Huliaipole.
Advancement in this direction makes it possible to level the front line, from where an offensive can be organized both in the northern and western directions, including Zaporozhye.
The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation has not yet announced any details on this matter; however, given that the Armed Forces of Ukraine began to retreat in the Zaporozhye direction, this can create support for a large-scale offensive by the Russian army.
Where is the Zaporozhye region?
The Zaporozhye region is a region located in southeastern Ukraine. It is located along the Dnieper River and is known for its industrial centers and hydroelectric power plants. The region has a population of around 2 million people and is home to the city of Zaporozhye, which is the administrative center of the region. The Dnipropetrovsk region borders the region to the west, the Kherson region to the south, the Donetsk region to the east, and the Kharkiv region to the north.
The region has a diverse economy, with industries such as metallurgy, machine building, and food processing being among the most important. The region is also home to a number of important cultural and historical sites, such as the Khortytsia National Preserve and the Zaporizhian Sich Museum.