In the eastern part of Ukraine, where the Russian army continues to invade, the Ukrainian side is fighting thoroughly, and it seems that the expansion of the area controlled by the Russian army is limited, and the offensive and defensive movements are continuing.

The Russian army is showing a move to move a part of its troops, and it seems that it aims to strengthen the offensive toward "Victory Day" on the 9th of next month.

Russia's Ministry of Defense, which continues to invade Ukraine, announced on the 29th that it launched a cruise missile "Calibre" and destroyed three railway-related substations in Kieu and southern Odessa.

The Pentagon also explained that a submarine fired a "Calibre" from the Black Sea, and Russian media reported that it was the first time a submarine had attacked Ukraine.

On the other hand, the Ukrainian side is ready to fight thoroughly, and on the 29th, President Zelensky awarded medals to military officers and the bereaved families of military personnel who died in the war at the palace of the capital Kieu. I continue to fight thanks to my desire to live. "

Regarding the war situation in eastern Ukraine, the British Ministry of Defense said on the 29th, "Russian troops continue to be a strategic focus in the region to secure control of the eastern states of Donetsk and Luhansk." "The strong resistance of the Ukrainian side has restricted Russia's acquisition of territory, and the Russian army has made great sacrifices," he said.

A senior U.S. Department of Defense official said on the 29th that Russian troops are gradually advancing south from Izyum in eastern Kharkiv Oblast, but are facing fierce resistance from the Ukrainian side and supplying frontline troops with supplies. He pointed out that he was cautious in maintaining the route.

"Their plans for the east are believed to be behind schedule," he said.

The official also said that the Russian side could confirm that the Ukrainian troops in the eastern region were moving northward from the troops deployed in the key point Mariupol because of pressure from three directions, north, east and south.

It seems that the Russian army is aiming to move a part of its troops and strengthen its offensive toward "Victory Day" against Nazi Germany on the 9th of next month while it is forced to struggle.