Ukraine/Russland/NATO – der Sammler am 27. November 2022

Nachgetragen fürs Archiv: Zum andauernden russischen Angriffskrieg gegen die Ukraine der Sammler am 27. November 2022:

• Nach den schweren Luftangriffen auf die Energieversorgung der Ukraine, vor allem auf die Stromnetze, ist es dem Land nach eigenen Angaben gelungen, einen Großteil wieder instand zu setzen, wie berichtet:

Vier Tage nach schweren russischen Angriffen sind weite Teile der ukrainischen Strom- und Wasserversorgung wiederhergestellt. Etwa 80 Prozent der Nachfrage nach Strom würden derzeit gedeckt, erklärte der staatliche Energieversorger Ukrenergo. Tags zuvor waren es noch 75 Prozent gewesen.
Auch in der Hauptstadt Kiew würden fast alle Haushalte wieder mit Strom, Wasser und Wärme versorgt und das Mobilfunknetz funktioniere, teilte die Militärverwaltung im Nachrichtenkanal Telegram mit. Die Reparaturarbeiten am Stromnetz befänden sich in der Endphase. Aufgrund der hohen Belastung könne es noch zu lokalen Ausfällen kommen.

Interessant ist die – öffentlich wenig wahrgenommene – Rolle, die deutsche Unternehmen aus Energieversorgung und spezialisiertem Maschinenbau dabei spielen (sollen). Aus einer Mitteilung der ukrainischen Regierung am Sonntag:

Minister of Energy of Ukraine German Galushchenko held an online meeting with State Secretaries of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action of Germany Franziska Brantner and Stefan Wenzel and heads of leading German energy companies. The meeting was also attended by Deputy Minister of Energy of Ukraine for European Integration Yaroslav Demchenkov and Head of NPC Ukrenergo Volodymyr Kudrytskyi.
German Galushchenko stressed that as a result of massive missile attacks by Russia about 50% of the entire energy infrastructure of Ukraine was damaged. Therefore, energy companies are now in critical need of equipment and materials to repair energy facilities and restore stable energy supply to consumers.

“We need equipment for urgent repairs, and we also need to create a critical reserve, because the attacks will continue. The priority is high-voltage equipment. It is not only about humanitarian aid. We are ready to buy equipment and do everything to deliver it as quickly as possible. We appreciate the support of our German partners in the framework of the German-Ukrainian Energy Partnership. But now we urgently need to intensify these efforts, because this affects the operation of our energy system during the winter at low temperatures,” emphasized German Galushchenko.
The German side assured the Ukrainian side of full support for Ukraine. Representatives of energy companies stressed that they would make every effort to increase and accelerate assistance to the Ukrainian energy sector.
The meeting was attended by representatives of TransnetBW GmbH, TenneTTSO GmbH, AmprionGmbH, 50Hertz Transmission GmbH, ABB, RWE Generation SE, Siemens Energy, Exide Technologies, Tyco Electronics Raychem GmbH, Tridelta Meidensha GmbH, the Embassy of Germany in Ukraine, the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action of Germany, the Secretariat of the German-Ukrainian Energy Partnership, GIZ, and others.

• Das britische Intel Update:

The area around the towns of Pavlivka and Vuhledar in south-central Donetsk Oblast has been the scene of intense combat over the last two weeks, though little territory has changed hands.
Both Russia and Ukraine have significant forces committed to this sector, with Russian Naval Infantry having suffered heavy casualties.
This area remains heavily contested, likely partially because Russia assesses the area has potential as a launch point for a future major advance north to capture the remainder of Ukrainian-held Donetsk Oblast.
However, Russia is unlikely to be able to concentrate sufficient quality forces to achieve an operational breakthrough.

• Das Morgenbriefing des ukrainischen Generalstabs:

Operational update regarding russian invasion as of 06.00, November 27, 2022
The two hundred seventy-seventh (277) day of the heroic resistance of the Ukrainian people to the russian military large-scale invasion continues.
The enemy continues to regroup troops in order to strengthen units in the Lyman, Avdiivka and Novopavlivka directions.
Over the past day, units of the Defense Forces of Ukraine repelled the attacks of the occupiers in the areas of the settlements of Stelmakhivka in the Luhansk oblast and Bilogorivka, Mariinka, Verkhnyokamianske and Spirne in the Donetsk oblast.
The enemy launched 2 missile strikes on civilian objects in the city of Dnipro and carried out 38 MLRS attacks on the positions of our troops and civilian targets, in particular, the city of Kherson.
In the Volyn and Polissya directions, the situation has not changed significantly, and no signs of the formation of enemy offensive groups have been detected.
In the Siverskyi region, in the border areas of the Bryansk and Kursk regions, enemy units are performing the task of covering the section of the russian-Ukrainian border and conducting demonstration and provocative actions.
In the Slobozhanskyi direction, the occupiers fired from tanks, mortars and barrel artillery at the areas of the settlements of Strilecha, Krasne, Chuhunivka, Izbytske, Ohirtseve, Bochkove, Budarka and Ambarne of the Kharkiv oblast.
In the Kupyansk direction, the enemy is concentrating its main efforts on conducting offensive operations. In the Lyman direction – keeps the defense. The enemy fired from tanks and artillery in the areas of the settlements of Berestove, Kupyansk, Kurylivka, Tabaivka, Krokhmalne of the Kharkiv oblast; Nevske in Luhansk oblast and Yampolivka and Torske in Donetsk oblast. In the area of Stelmakhivka, the russian occupiers used TOS-1A heavy flamethrower systems.
In the Bakhmut and Avdiivka areas, the enemy continues to focus its main efforts on conducting offensive operations. It caused fire damage in the areas of Andriivka, Spirne, Berestove, Bilohorivka, Yakovlivka, Bakhmutske, Bakhmut, Klishchiivka, Kurdyumivka, Avdiivka, Vodyane, Pervomaiske, Maryinka, and Novomykhailivka settlements in the Donetsk oblast.
The enemy is on the defensive in the Novopavlivka and Zaporizhzhia directions. It fired from tanks, mortars, barrel and jet artillery at the positions of the Defense Forces and the areas of settlements of Novoukrayinka, Vuhledar, Vremivka, Novosilka and Novopil of the Donetsk oblast and Poltavka, Malynivka, Chervone, Zaliznychne, Dorozhnyanka, Novodanilivka and Plavna in Zaporizhzhia oblast.
In the Kryvyi Rih and Kherson directions, the enemy used mortars, tanks, barrel and rocket artillery to target the settlements of Respublikanets, Prydniprovske, Antonivka of the Kherson oblast and the city of Kherson.
On November 25, it was confirmed that the areas where the enemy’s manpower was concentrated in the Melitopol, Polohy and Mykhailivka settlements of the Zaporizhzhia oblast were hit by fire. The losses of the occupiers amounted to more than 100 people wounded, about 10 pieces of military equipment of various types and 2 ammunition depots were destroyed.
According to the available information, preparatory measures are underway in the russian federation and in the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine to conduct, from December 10 of this year, another wave of covert mobilization into the ranks of the russian occupying forces.
Over the past day, Ukrainian rocket launchers and artillerymen hit 2 control points, 11 areas of concentration of enemy personnel, weapons and military equipment, as well as one other important enemy object.

• Das Briefing des russischen Verteidigungsministeriums:

Russian Defence Ministry report on the progress of the special military operation in Ukraine (27 November 2022)
Russian Federation Armed Forces continue the special military operation.
As a result of a Russian Aerospace Forces‘ high-precision weapons hitting on the temporary deployment locations of the so-called Foreign Legion fighters, up to 100 foreign mercenaries and six armoured vehicles were destroyed near Chasov Yar (Donetsk People’s Republic).
In Kupyansk direction, artillery fire against the AFU’s assembly areas thwarted the enemy attack at Novoselovskoye (Lugansk People’s Republic). Up to 30 Ukrainian servicemen and two pickup trucks were annihilated.
In Krasny Liman direction, preventive fire damage in Stelmakhovka and Ploshchanka (Lugansk People’s Republic) foiled attempts of the AFU to launch an offensive with two company tactical units in the direction of Kolomyychikha and Ploshchanka (Lugansk People’s Republic).
The enemy also made futile attempts to equip strong positions and gain a foothold close to Ploshchanka and Chervonopopovka.
As a result of artillery fire, AFU units were halted and pushed back to their initial positions. The enemy’s losses in this direction amounted to over 50 Ukrainian personnel killed and wounded. Three armoured fighting vehicles and four special vehicles were eliminated.
In Donetsk direction, the AFU’s counterattacks were repulsed near Soledar, Opytnoye, Kurdyumovka, and Mayorsk as a result of the Russian forces‘ fire defeat and decisive operations. Up to 70 Ukrainian personnel were neutralised, as well as two tanks, three armoured fighting vehicles, and five pickup trucks.
In South Donetsk direction, the enemy attempted to retake the lost position in Novomikhailovka, Pavlovka, and Shevchenko (Donetsk People’s Republic). Artillery strikes and assault units repulsed all of the attacks, and the enemy was forced back to the initial positions. The Armed Forces of Ukraine suffered 60 casualties in this direction, as well as one infantry fighting vehicle, two armoured fighting vehicles, two MT-LB vehicles, and five motor vehicles.
Operational-Tactical and Army Aviation, Missile Troops and Artillery struck six enemy command posts in Sadovoye, Dudchany, and Zolotaya Balka (Kherson region), Yampol (Donetsk People’s Republic), and Kislovka (Kharkov region), as well as 62 artillery units at firing positions, manpower, and military equipment in 137 areas.An ammo depot outside Dnipropetrovsk, which stored over 100 HIMARS multiple-launch rockets and over 7,000 foreign-made large-calibre artillery rounds, was destroyed. Four missile and artillery ammunition depots of the AFU Zaporozhye force grouping have been destroyed near Razumovka (Zaporozhye region).
Two HIMARS MLRS rockets were shot down by air defence near Bogdanovka (Kherson region). In addition, a Excalibur artillery giuded round was intercepted near Miropolye (Sumy region).
In total, 333 airplanes and 177 helicopters, 2,565 unmanned aerial vehicles, 390 air defence missile systems, 6,848 tanks and other armoured combat vehicles, 904 combat vehicles equipped with MRLS, 3,620 field artillery cannons and mortars, as well as 7,381 units of special military equipment have been destroyed during the special military operation.