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Ukrainian forces have made significant gains in the Kherson region by pushing Russian troops several kilometers further from the Dnieper River on its eastern bank, according to a spokesperson for the Ukrainian Armed Forces, Natalia Humeniuk. While Russia claims that their troops have been pushed back three to eight kilometers, Humeniuk did not specify whether the Ukrainian forces have gained complete control of the area or whether the Russian forces have withdrawn.

On Friday, Ukraine officially confirmed that their troops had reached positions across the river, marking their first significant advance in the region in a long time. Russian and Ukrainian troops have been in positions on opposite banks of the river since Russia withdrew from the western part of the Kherson region a year ago.

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