Ukraine has already liberated 50% of the territories captured by Russia after February 24, 2022

The full-scale war in Ukraine has been going on for 257 days. According to Def Mon, as of November 6, the Ukrainian military liberated 50% of the territories captured by Russia after February 24, 2022.

Source: “Twitter expert” Def Mon

The Armed Forces of Ukraine continue to destroy the Russian army and liberate Ukrainian territories. The military is holding back Russian troops along the entire front line.

Russians have captured more than 200,000 square kilometers of Ukrainian territories since the beginning of the full-scale invasion. Ukrainian military managed to liberate 50% of the territories occupied by Russia as of November 6, 2022.

Ukraine’s map by Def Mon

In particular, Ukrainian soldiers completely liberated the Chernihiv, Kyiv and Sumy regions of Ukraine from Russian troops. In addition, Ukrainian soldiers liberated most of the Kharkiv region, and began the de-occupation of the Kherson region, Luhansk and Donetsk regions.

“Ukraine has since the beginning of the 2022 invasion liberated over 75000 km2 or 37 % of the maximum occupied territory. Another interesting fact is Ukraine have liberated 50% of the maximum area Russia occupied after February 24, 2022. Russia is currently occupying 124,821 square kilometers,” noted the “Twitter expert” Def Mon.

See also: Ukrainian army has already liberated 9 settlements in the Luhansk region

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