What DPSU says – tsn.ua

A spokesman for the DPSU did not rule out that the aggressors could try in Sumy province, as in the north of Kharkiv province. However, it is reassuring that the enemy does not currently have the strength for a full-scale offensive in the region.

The Russian occupiers near the Ukrainian border in the Sumy region retain some of their units and assets, but so far these forces are insufficient for a full-scale offensive.

This was stated by the spokesman of the State Border Service Andriy Demchenko in the telethon broadcast.

“If we talk about Sumy Oblast and add Chernihiv Oblast, the length of the border with the occupying country within these regions is very large. Only in Sumy Region – more than 560 km. But the enemy still has his units, forces and means. In these directions.” Demchenko recalled.

According to him, it cannot be ruled out that the aggressors can do something similar to what is currently happening in the north of the Kharkiv region in the Sumy region.

“They can launch an offensive in the Sumy direction to create such zones where full-scale combat operations will be conducted to expand the forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and prevent their transfer to critical areas of the frontline.” A spokesperson of DPSU said.

However, Demchenko assured that currently the Russians do not have enough forces for strategic purposes, only for tactics.

Earlier, Volodymyr Artyukh, head of Sumy OVA, commented on whether the Kharkiv scene could be repeated in the Sumy region.

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Let us remind you that last week, Kyrylo Budanov, head of the GUR of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, warned that the Russian Federation might launch an offensive in the Sumy region. Subsequently, Budanov was forced to clarify his statement and assured that until May 14, a small group of Russians remained in the border region of Sumy.

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