What Russia’s Claim to Capture Bakhmut Means for the Ukraine War

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Russia’s claim of victory in Bakhmut suggests that the brutal urban combat that marked the deadliest battle of its war in Ukraine might be over. But what comes next is far from clear.

While Moscow is trumpeting a “Mission Accomplished” moment, Ukraine — while still insisting Bakhmut has not completely fallen — sees an opening to seize the initiative from the outskirts if Russian forces no longer pressing forward inside the city limits.

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