Ukrainian Armed Forces begin rotation and replacement of frontline units, Commander-in-Chief says

Ukrainian soldiers
Ukrainian soldiers

The Ukrainian Armed Forces have begun the process of rotation and replacement of frontline units, Commander-in-Chief Oleksandr Syrskyi reported on Facebook on March 14.

"The positive thing is that, despite the rather difficult situation along the entire frontline, we have managed to start the rotation and replacement process of units and detachments that have been performing combat missions at the front for a long time," he wrote.

This will help stabilize the situation and have a positive impact on the morale of Ukrainian soldiers.

Syrskyi also noted that during his visit to the Zaporizhzhya sector he made all the necessary decisions to improve the combat capabilities of Ukrainian brigades.

On Feb. 27, the 110th Separate Mechanized Brigade went on rotation, for the first time in two years of full-scale Russian invasion.

On March 11, Operational Command South spokesperson Dmytro Lykhovyi said that Ukrainian brigades long engaged in combat operations in southern Ukraine had begun rotating out for rest and recovery.

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