Russians grossly overestimate their successes near Bakhmut

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Russian troops exaggerate successes at Bakhmut
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The Russians may be deliberately spreading false claims about advances around Bakhmut.



This is reported by analysts of the Institute for the Study of War (ISW).

Military experts believe that the enemy probably captured the village of Ozarianivka, which is located 15 km southwest of Bakhmut.

At the same time, there is no information in open sources that the Russians seized Kurdyumovka, Kleshcheyevka, Andreevka, Zelenopolye, Podgorodne and Spirnoye to encircle Bakhmut.

The institute noted that Russian sources are spreading false claims about advances around Bakhmut as part of a prolonged information operation, and therefore recent reports of further successes may be part of this information operation.

Accordingly, the minimal advance of Russian troops around Bakhmut during 27 and 28 November is unlikely to have a quick effect.

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