Armed Forces of Ukraine took control of the border town of Hoptivka in Kharkiv region
The Ukrainian military reached the border of the Kharkiv Region with Russia in the north of the region and returned the settlement of Hoptivka to Ukraine’s control.
This was reported by the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine.
The Defense Forces of Ukraine took under their control the settlement of Lyptsi and the border town of Hoptivka in the Kharkiv Region.
Videos of the Ukrainian military returning the flag of Ukraine to state institutions have appeared on the web.
Hoptivka is a checkpoint across the state border of Ukraine and Russia.
This checkpoint was focused on automobile types of control before the start of a full-scale invasion of Russian troops through it.
Derhachi district is located in the Kharkiv Region,near the village of Hoptivka, at the intersection of two roads — E105 and М20.
The counter-offensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, announced at the end of August, continues in southern Ukraine and in the Kharkiv Region,.
According to President Volodymyr Zelensky, approximately 2 thousand square kilometers have been liberated by the Armed Forces since the beginning of September.
The General Staff provides information on dozens of de-occupied villages. On September 8, it became known about the capture of Balakliia, Western media wrote about the liberation of Izium. Battles continued in Kupiansk, an important railway connection for the invaders.
At the same time, the Russian Defense Ministry calls the withdrawal of troops from the Kharkiv Region a regrouping the defeated forces will allegedly throw them into the Donetsk direction.
At the same time, as of September 10, the invaders did not give up in their attempts to conduct an offensive in the areas of 8 settlements in the Donbas. The attempts were decisively repulsed by the UAF. According to the Head of the Kharkiv RMA, Oleh Synyehubov, as of September 11, 2022, the Armed Forces of Ukraine liberated about 40 settlements in the Kharkiv Region.
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