US says Russian Offensive Against Kharkiv ‘Stalled’

Published June 10, 2024

U.S. President Joe Biden’s national security advisor said on Sunday that Russia’s advance on northeastern Ukraine’s Kharkiv region “has stalled.”

“The momentum of that operation in Kharkiv has stalled out,” Jake Sullivan told CBS. “Kharkiv is still under threat but Russians have not been able to make material progress on the ground in recent days in that area.”

Washington recently gave Kyiv the green light to use U.S.-supplied weapons in defending the Kharkiv region, despite concerns that authorizing those kinds of strikes might drag NATO into a direct conflict with Russia.

“From the president’s perspective, this was common sense,” Sullivan said. “It simply didn’t make sense not to allow the Ukrainians to fire across that border, to hit Russian guns and emplacements that were firing at the Ukrainians.”



RELATED: White House: Russian advance on Kharkiv ‘stalled’ after Ukraine’s strikes inside Russia

FILE – A Ukrainian serviceman prepares a first-person view (FPV) drone before flying it over positions of Russian troops, amid Russia’s attacks on its neighbor, in Ukraine’s Kharkiv region, May 25, 2024.
Published June 9, 2024

Russia’s advance on Kharkiv “has stalled,” after the United States partially allowed Ukraine to use U.S.-provided weapons to strike targets inside Russia, White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan said Sunday.

“Kharkiv is still under threat but Russians have not been able to make material progress on the ground in recent days in that area,” Sullivan said during an interview with CBS’ “Face the Nation.”

Sullivan said Washington gave the green light for Ukraine’s use of some U.S. weapons to defend its Kharkiv region, on the border with Russia, despite previous concerns that such strikes could drag the NATO military alliance into a direct conflict with Russia.

“From the president’s perspective, this was common sense,” Sullivan said, pointing out that Ukrainians should be able to fire at Russian encampments and weaponry fired at them.

NATO allies such as France and Germany have also followed Washington’s example allowing Ukraine to use some of its Western-provided weapons for attacks inside Russia, along the border in the Kharkiv region.



RELATED: Zelenskyy: Russians have failed to conduct Kharkiv operation

Published June 8, 2024

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has described the failure of the Russians to conduct the Kharkiv operation as a “very significant” result.

Source: Zelenskyy’s evening address

Quote: “I spoke with the commander-in-chief [of Ukraine’s Armed Forces] today about the situation in general. A very significant result is that Russian forces have failed to conduct their Kharkiv operation. We are now holding them back as much as possible and crushing the Russian units entering our land and terrorising Kharkiv Oblast. The [Kharkiv] front has been reinforced. And it will be further strengthened.

There was a report on Donetsk [Oblast] fronts, where [the situation] is the most challenging.”

Details: Zelenskyy further stressed that work is underway to provide more reserves to Ukraine’s defence forces.

“We now have new solutions for Ukrainian defence from France and the United States thanks to the talks and meetings in France. Thank you, friends! There is progress in artillery [supplies], including the production of 155mm calibre shells in Ukraine, and we are preparing a new production platform. Our combat aircraft and electronic warfare will also have more capabilities. I am grateful to France and [its President] Emmanuel [Macron] personally for his initiative and support of our proposals to train our soldiers and supply our brigades. We are preparing a new systematic basis for training the Ukrainian units,” the president said.




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