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Intensity of attacks triples: Which front is most active

Intensity of attacks triples: Which front is most active Photo: the intensity of attacks tripled in the Pokrovsk direction (Getty Images)

The number of combat clashes on the front line has increased to 44 since the beginning of the day. On the Pokrovsk direction, the intensity of attacks has tripled, according to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

In the Kharkiv direction, the enemy is conducting attacks using guided aerial bombs. The number of skirmishes has risen to eight. Currently, battles are ongoing near Vovchansk (where occupiers used six guided aerial bombs) and Lyptsiv (four guided aerial bombs).

In the Kupiansk direction, six combat clashes have been recorded since the beginning of the day, with two still ongoing.

In the Kramatorsk direction, Russian troops are attempting assault actions supported by aviation. Ukrainian Defense Forces have successfully repelled two enemy attacks, with one still ongoing.

The highest enemy activity today is observed in the Pokrovsk direction, where the intensity of enemy attacks has increased more than threefold. Currently, 14 skirmishes have been recorded.

In the Orikhiv direction, two enemy attacks have been recorded. Invaders unsuccessfully attempted to breach the defense near Robotyne and Novoandriivka.

The situation on other directions has not significantly changed.

Frontline battles

As of 10:00 on May 25th, there were 21 military clashes reported on the front line. Ukrainian forces have reported successes on the Siversk direction.

Additionally, there is an ongoing Russian offensive in the northern part of Kharkiv region. Street battles continue in Vovchansk, where Russian forces are engaged.

According to Oleh Syniehubov, head of the Kharkiv Regional Military Administration, the invaders aimed to reach Vovchansk within two days and Kharkiv within five days.