Russian Major General injured near Svatove General Staff report

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2022, 06:55
Major General Oleg Tsokov, commander of the 144th Motor Rifle Division of the 20th Combined Arms Army of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, was injured under Ukrainian fire near Svatove.
Source: General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on Facebook, information as of September 23, 06:00
Details: The General Staff notes that Tsokov was evacuated from the front on September 20.
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In addition, on September 19-20, the bodies of 105 Russian servicemen killed in Ukraine were taken to a hospital in Rostov-on-Don (Russia); Another 200 bodies are to be taken there in the near future.
Russian forces continue to forcibly mobilize male residents of the temporarily occupied areas of Ukraine. On September 19, 1st Army Corps personnel arrested ten men in Horlivka, Donetsk region - disregarding their age and health - and forced them to report.
On September 18-20, representatives of a private Russian military company tried to recruit prisoners held in the Luhansk detention center, but were unsuccessful.
Russian occupation authorities in Crimea said the majority of reservists are recruited from private security companies with experience in military service. In Sevastopol, some firms have already been instructed to draw up lists of all employees subject to the requirements.
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The General Staff also said that the graduation of the senior cadets of the Military Academy of Air Defense of Marshal Vasilyevsky of the Russian Armed Forces in Smolensk is to take place ahead of schedule; the graduates then immediately begin their assignments in the Russian army.
The Russian military leadership plans to hold meetings with reserve citizens at Moscow's Combined Arms Command School between September 26 and October 24.
Russian forces carried out four rocket attacks, 27 airstrikes and over 75 multiple rocket system (MLRS) attacks on military and civilian targets throughout the territory of Ukraine over the course of September 22, in violation of international humanitarian law and the laws and customs of war.
Russian attacks damaged infrastructure in more than 45 towns and villages, including Pechenihy, Pryshyb, Yarova, Spirne, Vesele, Bakhmut, Marinka, Krasnohorivka, Kostiantynivka, Neskuchne, Poltavka, Yehorivka, Bezimenne, Kryvyi Rih, Bilohiria, Zaporizhzhia, Bilohirka, Pervomaiske , Mykolaiv, Ochakiv, Vysokopillia, Sukhyi Stavok, Myroliubivka and Novohryhorivka.
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There were no significant changes on the Volyn and Polissia fronts. On other fronts, the Russians continued to fire at military and civilian targets with tank guns, mortars and various types of artillery:
On the Sivershchyna front: areas in and around Shalyhyne, Myropilske, Volfyne and Izdetske (Sumy Oblast);
On the Slobozhanshchyna front: areas in and around Dubnivka, Hoptivka, Vovchansk, Kamianka and Kupiansk;
On the Kramatorsk front: Maiaky, Mykolaivka, Dibrova, Kryva Luka, Pryshy and Siversk;
On the Bakhmut Front: Soledar, Bakhmutske, Bakhmut, Vesela Dolyna, Zaitseve, Vesele, Bilohorivka, and Yakovlivka;
On the Avdiivka front: Krasnohorivka, Opytne, Marinka and Novomykhailivka;
On the Novopavlivka front: Vuhledar, Zolota Nyva, Neskuchne, Vremivka, Novoukrainka, Velyka Novosilka;
Russian forces did not conduct active operations on the Zaporizhzhzhia front, but used artillery to fire on Mala Tokmachka, Nova Tokmachka, Mali Shcherbaky, Zelene Pole, Zaliznychne and Rivnopillia.
On the Pivdennyi Buh front, Russian troops fired on over 20 towns and villages.
During September 22, units of the Ukrainian Defense Forces Red.] Russian attacks repelled near Kupiansk, Spirne, Maiorsk, Zaitseve, Avdiivka, Nowomykhailivka, Opytne and Kamianka.
Ukrainian planes hit 25 areas where Russian military personnel and equipment were concentrated, as well as six anti-aircraft systems.
In addition, Ukrainian air defense units destroyed a Russian Mi-8 helicopter and nine Russian UAVs on multiple fronts.
During September 22, Ukraine's missile and artillery units attacked six Russian command posts; four areas where Russian military personnel, weapons and equipment were concentrated; three anti-aircraft systems; three artillery systems; and three ammo storage points.
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