The total combat losses of the enemy from 24.02.22 to 06.02.23 were approximately:
personnel ‒ about 132160 (+870) persons were liquidated,
tanks ‒ 3231 (+11),
APV ‒ 6415 (+10),
artillery systems – 2231 (+5),
MLRS – 461 (+1),
Anti-aircraft warfare systems ‒ 227 (+0),
aircraft – 294 (+0),
helicopters – 284 (+0),
UAV operational-tactical level – 1958 (+0),
cruise missiles ‒ 796 (+0),
warships / boats ‒ 18 (+0),
vehicles and fuel tanks – 5104 (+13),
special equipment ‒ 203 (+0).
During the day of February 6, the adversary launched 5x missile and 12x air strikes. The occupants launched 36x MLRS attacks, including, at civilian targets in Hola Prystan’ and Kherson. Enemy shells damaged residential buildings, causing civilian casualties.
The threat of further russian air and missile strikes across Ukraine remains high.
Volyn, Polissya, Sivershchyna, and Slobozhanshchyna axes: no changes, no offensive groups of the adversary were found.
The vicinities of settlements of Popivka, Oleksandrivka (Sumy oblast), Strilecha, Hlyboke, Krasne, Hatyshche, Vovchans’k, and Dvorichna (Kharkiv oblast) were shelled.
Kup’yans’k axis: the enemy shelled the vicinities of settlements of Ivanivka, Kucherivka, Kyslivka, Kotlyarivka (Kharkiv oblast), Novoselivs’ke, and Stel’makhivka (Luhansk oblast).
Lyman axis: the adversary fired at the vicinities of Terny (Donetsk oblast), Ploshchanka, Chervonopopivka, Kreminna, and Dibrova (Luhansk oblast).
Bakhmut axis: Spirne, Berestove, Bilohorivka, Krasna Hora, Bakhmut, Klishchiivka, Kurdyumivka, and Ozaryanivka were shelled with under tanks, mortars, and artillery.
Avdiivka axis: Avdiivka, Pervomais’ke, Nevel’s’ke, Krasnohorivka, Heorhiivka, Mar’inka, Pobjeda, and Novomykhailivka came under fire.
Novopavlivka axis: Vuhledar, Novoukrainka, Prechystivka, Zolota Nyva, and Neskuchne (Donetsk oblast) were shelled.
Zaporizhzhia axis: more than 15x settlements were shelled with mortars, artillery and missile systems. Among them are Novopil’, Ol’hivs’ke, Hulyaipole, Charivne, Mala Tokmachka, Stepove (Zaporizhzhia oblast), and Velykomykhailivka (Dnipropetrovsk oblast).
Kherson axis: the vicinities of 12x settlements came under mortar and artillery fire. The affected settlements included Hola Prystan’, Zolota Balka, Kachkarivka, Mylove, Antonivka (Kherson oblast), and the city of Kherson.
The adversary continues to impose its passports on the residents of the temporarily occupied territories. For example, in the city of Kreminna (Luhansk oblast), employees of the so-called “LPR state-owned enterprises” who are registered to receive a russian passport are being paid 30% lower wages.
In the temporarily occupied territories of Kherson oblast, the occupiers are intensifying filtration measures. Russian FSB officers arrived in Novotroits’ke to identify the local residents having pro-Ukrainian sentiments.
In order to replenish their manpower losses, the occupiers are also conducting propaganda and agitation work among young people on top of the mobilization. For example, cadet classes with enhanced military training are being created in schools of Skadovs’kyi district (Kherson oblast). The russian invaders promise that the alleged benefit for the graduates of these classes will be entering contract military service at sergeant positions.
During the day of February 6, the Ukrainian Air Force launched 9x air strikes on the concentrations of the occupiers and 2x air strikes on the positions of anti-aircraft missile systems. In turn, Ukrainian missile and artillery troops hit 2x concentrations of enemy manpower.