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Since the beginning of the conflict in Ukraine weeks ago, Russia has been strategically surrounding the capital Kiev.

The Russian military has seemingly been encircling the Ukrainian capital, like a spider trapping its prey in its web.

Current strategic map of Russian progress into Ukraine, as of 9/3/22.

There has been a heavy focus on the Eastern and central parts of the country, with the Western portion remaining mainly untouched.

Unfortunately, there has been collateral damage on both sides; from infrastructure destruction to innocent civilians who have been caught up in the conflict.

At this stage it appears that the Russian military is sticking to the “demarcation line” splitting East and West Ukraine, with no reports that they have entered the NATO friendly western section of the country.

With the current rate of progress to continue the Russian military will likely surround Kiev entirely within the coming couple of days. 

In Eastern Ukraine the remaining Ukrainian troops will be forced to surrender as their supply lines have been cut off and without water and food, they will not be able to continue to resist the approaching Russian military.

Contrary to belief Russian forces are not “occupying” most liberated towns and cities, instead they are allowing the local municipal Government’s to continue their own administrative duties. On top of this the Russian military will continue to provide these liberated towns and cities with aid, delivering supplies and food to the people there.

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