New York Times: Ukraine Makes Progress Along 2 Lines of Attack 

After months of grueling advances through minefields, small villages and open steppes, Ukrainian forces are making some progress along two major lines of attack, according to analysts, Ukrainian officials and Russian military bloggers. 

The advances, while small in terms of territory taken, are compelling Moscow to redeploy forces, military analysts say. The Institute for the Study of War, a Washington-based think tank, called the advances “tactically significant,” adding that the situation would create new challenges for Russian forces spread across the vast front line.  

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WNU Editor: I do not see the progress that some in the media are saying is happening. But this observation from the Washington Post is what I am hearing from my friends/family/and contacts in Ukraine …. Slow counteroffensive darkens mood in Ukraine (Washington Post). 

 Some In The Media Are Saying Ukraine Is Making Progress In Its Counteroffensive  

Ukraine Makes ‘Tactically Significant’ Advances Amid Three Sector Push—ISW — Newsweek

Ukraine makes “tactically significant” progress in counteroffensive – NYT — Ukrainska Pravda 

Zelensky: Ukraine retains seized initiative in war — Ukrinform

On The Front Line: Ukraine’s Counteroffensive Yields Small Gains — RFE