The participants of the Supreme Commander-in-Chief Headquarters meeting heard information from intelligence, the headquarters of the
Forces of Ukraine, and the commanders of the operational lines regarding the situation at the front and the latest actions of the enemy, and discussed the issue of stabilizing the situation in the newly de-occupied areas.
Plans regarding further liberation of Ukrainian territories were also considered.
This is stated on the president's website.
It is noted that the members of the Staff separately focused on the issue of countering new types of weapons used by the Russian army.
The meeting also analyzed the actual needs of the defense forces in material and technical support and the progress of the preparation of the troops for the winter period.
The meeting was attended by: Minister of Defense Oleksiy Reznikov, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valery Zaluzhny, Head of the Main Directorate of Intelligence Kyrylo Budanov, Minister of Internal Affairs Denys Monastyrskyi, Minister of Infrastructure Oleksandr Kubrakov, heads of law enforcement agencies and law enforcement agencies, as well as Head of the Office of the Head of State Andriy Yermak , his deputy Roman Mashovets and Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Oleksiy Danilov.
The meeting was attended by video link: the commander of the Ground Forces of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, the commander of the Khortytsia joint strategic group of troops Oleksandr Syrskyi, the commander of the troops of the Operational Command "West" Serhiy Litvinov, the commander of the troops of the Operational Command "South" Andriy Kovalchuk and the commander of the Oleksandr Tarnavskyi of the Kherson joint strategic group of troops.
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