Territorial control during the Russo-Ukrainian War

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This page provides information on the most recently known control of localities in Ukraine during the Russo-Ukrainian War, which started in 2014 and escalated with the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine. It includes all larger localities across the country, plus some smaller localities close to current or recent lines of contact.

Sea of Azov
Black Sea
Dnieper
Chernihiv
Chernivtsi
Cherkasy
Dnipropetrovsk
Donetsk
Ivan.-Fr.
Kharkiv
Kherson
Kyiv
Kirovohrad
Khmel.
Luhansk
Lviv
Mykolaiv
Odesa
Poltava
Rivne
Sevastopol
Russia
Belarus
Poland
Slov.
Hung.
Romania
Moldova
Serb.
Map of the oblasts of Ukraine. Russia gained control of Crimea and parts
of Donetsk and Luhansk (the striped areas) prior to the 2022 invasion.

Cherkasy Oblast

Name Pop. Raion Held by As of More information
Cherkasy 272,651 Cherkasy  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Kamianka 11,146 Cherkasy  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Kaniv 23,503 Cherkasy  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Khrystynivka 10,068 Uman  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Korsun-Shevchenkivskyi 17,474 Cherkasy  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Shpola 16,573 Zvenyhorodka  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Smila 66,475 Cherkasy  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Talne 13,012 Zvenyhorodka  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Uman 100,135 Uman  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Vatutine 16,096 Zvenyhorodka  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Zhashkiv 13,355 Uman  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Zolotonosha 27,458 Zolotonosha  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Zvenyhorodka 16,490 Zvenyhorodka  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022

Chernihiv Oblast

Name Pop. Raion Held by As of More information
Bakhmach 17,192 Nizhyn  Ukraine[1][2] 4 Apr 2022
Bobrovytsia 10,742 Nizhyn  Ukraine[1][2] 4 Apr 2022
Borzna 9,632 Nizhyn  Ukraine[1][2] 4 Apr 2022
Chernihiv[a] 285,234 Chernihiv  Ukraine[3][4] 25 Mar 2022 See Siege of Chernihiv, Chernihiv bombing, Chernihiv breadline attack
Horodnia 11,710 Chernihiv  Ukraine[5][6] 2 Apr 2022 Captured by  Russia 25 February 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 2 April 2022.
Koriukivka 12,409 Koriukivka  Ukraine[1][2] 4 Apr 2022 Captured by  Russia 25 February 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 4 April 2022.
Kozelets 7,646 Chernihiv  Ukraine[7] 29 Mar 2022 Captured by  Russia 3 March 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 31 March 2022.
Mena 11,096 Koriukivka  Ukraine[1][2] 4 Apr 2022
Mykhailo-Kotsiubynske 2,851 Chernihiv  Ukraine[8] 2 Apr 2022 Captured by  Russia 25 February 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 2 April 2022.
Nova Basan 2,929 Nizhyn  Ukraine[4][9] 1 Apr 2022 Captured by  Russia 4 March 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 1 April 2022.
Novhorod-Siverskyi 12,647 Novhorod-Siverskyi  Ukraine[10] 11 Mar 2022
Novyi Bykiv 2,024 Nizhyn  Ukraine[6] 2 Apr 2022 Captured by  Russia 25 February 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 31 March 2022.
Ripky 6,807 Chernihiv  Ukraine[1][2] 4 Apr 2022 Captured by  Russia 25 February 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 2 April 2022.
Sedniv 1,063 Chernihiv  Ukraine[1][2] 4 Apr 2022
Semenivka 7,952 Novhorod-Siverskyi  Ukraine[1][2] 4 Apr 2022 Captured by  Russia 25 February 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 4 April 2022.
Snovsk 12,315 Koriukivka  Ukraine[1][2] 4 Apr 2022
Sosnytsia 6,708 Koriukivka  Ukraine[1][2] 4 Apr 2022

Chernivtsi Oblast

Name Pop. Raion Held by As of More information
Chernivtsi 265,471 Chernivtsi  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Storozhynets 14,138 Storozhynets  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Novodnistrovsk 10,511 Dnistrovskyi  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022

Crimea and Sevastopol

Name Pop. Raion Held by As of More information
Kerch 149,566 Kerch City  Russia[11] 24 Feb 2022 Captured by  Russia 27 February 2014.
Sevastopol 509,992 none[b]  Russia[11] 24 Feb 2022 Captured by  Russia 27 February 2014.
Simferopol 332,317 Simferopol City  Russia[11] 24 Feb 2022 Captured by  Russia 27 February 2014.
Yalta 76,746 Yalta City  Russia[11] 24 Feb 2022 Captured by  Russia 27 February 2014.
Yevpatoria 105,719 Yevpatoria City  Russia[11] 24 Feb 2022 Captured by  Russia 27 February 2014.

Dnipropetrovsk Oblast

Name Pop. Raion Held by As of More information
Apostolove 16,356 Kryvyi Rih  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Chaplyne 3,655 Synelnykove  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022 See Chaplyne railway station attack
Dnipro 980,948 Dnipro  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022 See 10 October missile strikes
Kamianske 229,794 Kamianske  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Kryvyi Rih 612,750 Kryvyi Rih  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Marhanets 45,718 Nikopol  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Nikopol 107,464 Nikopol  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Novomoskovsk 70,230 Novomoskovsk  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Pavlohrad 103,073 Pavlohrad  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Pershotravensk 27,573 Synelnykove  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Piatykhatky 18,457 Kamianske  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Pidhorodne 19,336 Dnipro  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Pokrov 38,111 Nikopol  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Synelnykove 30,021 Synelnykove  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Ternivka 29,226 Pavlohrad  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Verkhivtseve 10,081 Kamianske  Ukraine[12] 5 Jul 2022
Verkhnodniprovsk 16,976 Kamianske  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Vilnohirsk 22,458 Kamianske  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Zelenodolsk 12,874 Kryvyi Rih  Ukraine[13] 27 Apr 2022
Zhovti Vody 42,901 Kamianske  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022

Donetsk Oblast

Name Pop. Raion Held by As of More information
Avdiivka 31,940 Pokrovsk Contested:[14] 24 Mar 2022 See Battle of Avdiivka (2017), Battle of Avdiivka (2022)
Captured by  Donetsk PR in mid-April 2014.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 21 July 2014.
Azov 209 Kalmiuske  Russia 6 Sep 2014 Captured by  Donetsk PR 23 May 2014.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 15 June 2014.
Recaptured by  Donetsk PR 6 September 2014.
Bakhmut 72,310 Bakhmut  Ukraine[15] 24 Oct 2022 See Battle of Bakhmut
Captured by  Donetsk PR in April 2014.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 24 Oct 2022.
Bakhmutske 612 Bakhmut Contested:[16] 7 Sep 2022
Berestove 1,278 Bakhmut  Russia[17] 28 Jul 2022 Captured by  Donetsk PR in July 2022.
Bohorodychne 794 Kramatorsk  Ukraine 11 Sep 2022 See Battles of Bohorodychne and Krasnopillia
Captured by  Russia 11 July 2022.[18]
Recaptured by  Ukraine 11 September 2022.[19][20]
Chasiv Yar 12,557 Bakhmut  Ukraine See Chasiv Yar missile strike
Debaltseve 24,316 Horlivka  Russia 20 Feb 2015 See Battle of Debaltseve (2015)
Captured by  Donetsk PR in mid-April 2014.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 29 July 2014.
Recaptured by  Donetsk PR 18 February 2015.
Dibrova 253 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[21] 19 Sep 2022
Donetsk 905,364 Donetsk  Russia[22] 22 Feb 2022 See March 2022 Donetsk attack
Captured by  Donetsk PR 7 April 2014.
Drobysheve 2,639 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[23] 1 Oct 2022
Druzhkivka 55,088 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[24] 4 May 2022
Horlivka 241,106 Horlivka  Russia[25] 9 Mar 2022 See Battle of Horlivka (2014)
Captured by  Donetsk PR in mid-April 2014.
Ilovaisk 17,620 Donetsk  Russia 20 Feb 2015 See Battle of Ilovaisk (2014)
Captured by  Donetsk PR in mid-April 2014.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 19 August 2014.
Recaptured by  Donetsk PR 1 September 2014.
Karpivka 263 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[26] 27 Sep 2022
Katerynivka 37 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[27] 28 Sep 2022
Kodema 461 Bakhmut  Russia[28] 6 Sep 2022 Captured by  Russia 6 September 2022.
Kolodiazi 270 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[29] 29 Sep 2022
Korovii Yar 721 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[30] 24 Sep 2022
Kostiantynivka 68,792 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[31][32] 10 Mar 2022 Captured by  Donetsk PR in mid-April 2014.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 7 July 2014.
Kramatorsk 150,084 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[24] 4 May 2022 See Battle of Kramatorsk (2014), Kramatorsk railway station attack
Captured by  Donetsk PR 12 April 2014.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 5 July 2014.
Krasnohorivka 14,917 Pokrovsk  Ukraine[31][33] 10 Mar 2022
Luhanske 2,174 Bakhmut  Russia[34][35] 26 May 2022 Captured by  Russia May 2022.
Lyman 20,469 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[36][37] 1 Oct 2022 See Battle of Krasnyi Lyman (2014), First Battle of Lyman (2022), Second Battle of Lyman (2022)
Captured by  Donetsk PR in mid-April 2014.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 5 June 2014.
Recaptured by  Russia/ Donetsk PR 27 May 2022.[38][39][40][41]
Recaptured by  Ukraine on 1 October 2022.[36][37][42]
Makiivka 340,337 Donetsk  Russia[25] 9 Mar 2022 Captured by  Donetsk PR 13 April 2014.
Marinka 10,722 Pokrovsk Contested:[14][43] 23 Apr 2022 See Battle of Marinka (2015), Siege of Marinka (2022)
Captured by  Donetsk PR in mid-April 2014.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 5 August 2014.
Mariupol[a] 431,859 Mariupol  Russia[44] 17 May 2022 See Battle of Mariupol (2014), 2014 offensive, 2015 attack, Siege of Mariupol, Mariupol hospital airstrike, Mariupol theatre airstrike, Mariupol art school bombing
Partially captured by  Donetsk PR 9 May 2014.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 13 June 2014
Recaptured by  Russia/ DPR on 16 May 2022.[44]
Myronivskyi 7,331 Bakhmut  Russia[45][35] 26 May 2022 Captured by  Russia on 23 May 2022[45]
New York 9,917 Bakhmut  Ukraine[31][46] 10 Mar 2022
Nove 880 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[26] 26 Sep 2022
Novoazovsk 11,104 Kalmiuske  Russia 28 Aug 2014 See Battle of Novoazovsk (2014)
Captured by  Donetsk PR in mid-April 2014.
Recaptured by  Ukraine in June 2014.
Recaptured by  Donetsk PR 27 August 2014.
Novoluhanske 3,700 Bakhmut  Russia[35] 26 May 2022 Captured along with Vuhlehirske Power Plant by  Russia/ DPR on 26 July 2022[47]
Novomaiorske 551 Volnovakha  Russia[48] 10 Apr 2022
Novomykhailivka 1,439 Pokrovsk  Russia[49] 1 May 2022
Novoselivka 1,255 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[50] 28 Sep 2022 Captured by  Russia in May 2022
Recaptured by  Ukraine 28 September 2022.
Novoselivka 541 Pokrovsk  Russia 14 May 2022
Novosilka 104 Volnovakha  Ukraine[51] 4 May 2022
Novotroitske 6,445 Volnovakha  Russia[52][53] 6 May 2022 Captured by  Donetsk PR 11 March 2022.
Ocheretyne 3,573 Pokrovsk  Ukraine
Olenivka 4,534 Donetsk  Russia[49] 1 May 2022 See Olenivka prison massacre
Captured by  Donetsk PR in September 2014
Ozerne 171 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[54] 4 Sep 2022 Captured by  Russia in June 2022
Recaptured by  Ukraine 4 September 2022.
Pavlivka 2,505 Volnovakha  Ukraine[55] 4 Nov 2022 Captured by  Russia/ DPR 13 March 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 21 June 2022.
Russian sources claimed recaptured by  Russia/ DPR 19 August 2022.[56]
Russian sources alternatively claimed Russian control and Ukrainian control on 28 August 2022.[57]
Pisky 6 Pokrovsk  Russia[58] 31 Aug 2022 See Battle of Pisky (2022).
Population was 2,160 in 2001, but most residents left during the 2014–2022 War in Donbas.
Pokrovsk 61,161 Pokrovsk  Ukraine[59] 25 May 2022 Subject to repeated rocket attacks since late May 2022.
Pokrovske 1,333 Bakhmut Contested:[60][needs update] 5 Sep 2022
Raihorodok 3,342 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[12] 9 Sep 2022
Selydove 21,916 Pokrovsk  Ukraine[31][61] 10 Mar 2022
Serebryanka 869 Bakhmut  Ukraine[12] 4 Sep 2022
Shandryholove 1,035 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[26] 27 Sep 2022
Shchurove 264 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[21] 19 Sep 2022
Shevchenko 1,682 Pokrovsk  Ukraine[62] 26 Sep 2022
Siversk 11,068 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[63] 25 May 2022 See Battle of Siversk
Sloviansk 106,972 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[24] 4 May 2022 See Murder of Pentecostals in Sloviansk (2014), Siege of Sloviansk
Captured by  Donetsk PR in mid-April 2014.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 5 July 2014.
Soledar 10,692 Bakhmut Contested:[64][failed verification] 11 Aug 2022 See Battle of Soledar
Solodke 525 Volnovakha  Russia[56] 5 Jul 2022 Recaptured by  Ukraine 5 July 2022.
Recaptured by  Russia/ DPR 19 August 2022.
Sosnove 235 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[65] 16 Sep 2022 Recaptured by  Ukraine 15 September 2022.
Spirne 80 Bakhmut Contested:[66] 17 Aug 2022 See Battle of Siversk
Staromlynivka 2,635 Volnovakha  Russia[67] 13 Mar 2022 Captured by  Russia/ DPR 13 March 2022.
Staryi Karavan 191 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[12] 9 Sep 2022 Captured by  Russia in May 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine in September 2022.
Sviatohirsk 4,309 Kramatorsk  Ukraine 11 Sep 2022 See Battle of Sviatohirsk
Captured by  Russia/ DPR between 8[68] and 14 June 2022.[69]
Recaptured by  Ukraine 11 September 2022.[70][20]
Svitlodarsk 11,281 Bakhmut  Russia[71][45] 24 May 2022 Captured by  Russia/ DPR on 24 May 2022.[71][45]
Terny 764 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[72] 3 Oct 2022 Captured by  Russia 23 April 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine first week of October 2022.[72]
Torske [uk] 1,653 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[73] 2 Oct 2022
Volnovakha[a] 21,441 Volnovakha  Russia[74] 11 Mar 2022 See Volnovakha bus attack (2015), Battle of Volnovakha
Captured by  Donetsk PR 11 March 2022.
Volodymyrivka 6,325 Volnovakha  Russia[75] 20 Aug 2022
Yampil 1,944 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[76] 30 Sep 2022 Captured by  Russia/ DPR in May 2022.[77][78]
Contested between 28 September and 1 October 2022.[79][80]
Recaptured by  Ukraine on 1 October 2022.[76]
Yarova 1,255 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[81] 21 Sep 2022
Yenakiieve 77,053 Horlivka  Russia[82] 24 Jun 2015 Captured by  Donetsk PR 13 April 2014.
Zaitseve [uk] 1,162 Bakhmut  Russia[83][84] 16 Nov 2022 Capture by Russia claimed 6 October 2022.[84]
Zarichne 2,571 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[72] 3 Oct 2022 Captured by  Russia/ DPR 27 April 2022.[85][86][78]
Recaptured by  Ukraine first week of October 2022.[72]
Zelene Pole 578 Volnovakha  Ukraine[87] 1 May 2022

Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast

Name Pop. Raion Held by As of More information
Burshtyn 14,866 Ivano-Frankivsk  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Dolyna 20,641 Kalush  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Ivano-Frankivsk 237,855 Ivano-Frankivsk  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022 See October missile strikes
Kalush 65,814 Kalush  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Kolomyia 61,140 Kolomiya  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Nadvirna 22,545 Nadvirna  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022

Kharkiv Oblast

Name Pop. Raion Held by As of More information
Balakliia 26,921 Izium  Ukraine[88] 8 Sep 2022 Captured by  Russia 3 March 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 8 September.[89]
Barvinkove 8,110 Izium  Ukraine[90] 30 Apr 2022
Bohodukhiv 15,797 Bohodukhiv  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Bohuslavka 1330 Izium  Ukraine[91] 5 Oct 2022
Borivska Andriyivka 163 Izium  Ukraine[91] 5 Oct 2022
Borova 5,174 Izium  Ukraine 3 Oct 2022 Captured by  Russia 14 April 2022.[92]
Recaptured by  Ukraine on 3 October 2022.
Borshchivka 3,139 Izium  Ukraine[93] 9 Sep 2022
Cherkaski Tyshky 1,165 Kharkiv  Ukraine[94] 10 May 2022
Chkalovske 3,730 Chuhuiv  Ukraine[16] 9 Sep 2022 Captured by  Russia 16 March 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 6 September 2022.
Chuhuiv 31,535 Chuhuiv  Ukraine[95] 7 Apr 2022 See Chuhuiv air base attack
Captured by  Russia 25 February 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 7 March 2022.
Derhachi 17,433 Kharkiv  Ukraine[96] 6 Apr 2022
Dovhenke 850 Izium  Ukraine[97] 22 Aug 2022 See Battle of Dovhenke
Dvorichna 3,387 Kupiansk  Ukraine[98] 11 Sep 2022 Captured by  Russia 14 April 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 11 September 2022.
Izium 45,884 Izium  Ukraine[99] 10 Sep 2022 See Battle of Izium, Izium mass graves
Captured by  Russia 27 March 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine by 10 September 2022.[99]
Hrushivka [uk] 1,294 Kupiansk  Ukraine[93] 8 Sep 2022
Husarivka 1,352 Izium  Ukraine[100] 27 Mar 2022 Captured by  Russia in 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 26/27 March 2022.
Kharkiv[a] 1,433,886 Kharkiv  Ukraine[101] 2 Mar 2022 See Battle of Kharkiv, Kharkiv cluster bombing, Dormitory missile strike, October missile strikes
Khotimlya 1,351 Chuhuiv  Ukraine[102] 10 Sep 2022
Kivsharivka 18,302 Kupiansk  Ukraine[29] 28 Sep 2022 Сaptured by  Russia in 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine on 28 September.
Kochetok 2,968 Chuhuiv  Ukraine[103] 3 May 2022
Kozacha Lopan 5,005 Kharkiv  Ukraine[104] 11 Sep 2022 Captured by  Russia in February 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 11 September 2022.
Krasnohrad 20,013 Krasnohrad  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Kupiansk 27,169 Kupiansk  Ukraine[99] 10 Sep 2022 Captured by  Russia 27 February 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine by 10 September 2022.[99]
Kupiansk-Vuzlovyi 8,397 Kupiansk  Ukraine[105] 26 Sep 2022 Captured by  Russia in 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 26 September 2022.[106]
Kutuzivka 1,184 Kharkiv  Ukraine[107] 28 Apr 2022
Lebyazhe 1,534 Chuhuiv  Ukraine[108] 20 Apr 2022
Liubotyn 20,376 Kharkiv  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Lozova 54,026 Lozova  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Lyptsi 4,182 Kharkiv  Ukraine[98] 11 Sep 2022 Captured by  Russia in 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 11 September 2022.
Malynivka 7,500 Chuhuiv  Ukraine[109] 5 Apr 2022 Captured by  Russia in early 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 5 April 2022.
Merefa 21,421 Kharkiv  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Oskil 3,217 Izium  Ukraine 7 Sep 2022 Captured by  Donetsk PR 5 May 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 7 September 2022.
Pechenihy 5,058 Chuhuiv  Ukraine[103] 3 May 2022
Pervomaiskyi 28,986 Lozova  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Pisky-Radkivski 2,507 Izium  Ukraine[27] 26 Sep 2022

Captured by  Russia 2 March 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 26 September 2022.

Petropavlivka 2,452 Kupiansk  Ukraine[110] 25 Sep 2022
Pivdenne 7,394 Kharkiv  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Protopopivka 1,253 Izium  Ukraine[51] 4 May 2022
Ruska Lozova 5,016 Kharkiv  Ukraine[111][112] 6 May 2022
Ruski Tyshky 1,908 Kharkiv  Ukraine[94] 10 May 2022
Savyntsi 5,266 Izium  Ukraine[113] 8 Sep 2022 Captured by  Russia in 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 8 September 2022.
Shevchenkove 6,724 Kupiansk  Ukraine[114] 8 Sep 2022 Captured by  Russia in 2022.[115]
Recaptured by  Ukraine 8 September 2022.
Slatyne 6,076 Kharkiv  Ukraine[116] 9 Apr 2022
Staryi Saltiv 3,394 Chuhuiv  Ukraine[117] 2 May 2022 Captured by  Russia in 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 2 May 2022.[118]
Studenok 1,440 Izium  Ukraine[119] 18 Sep 2022 Captured by  Russia March 2022.
Multiple reports said Russian forces withdrew 15 Sep 2022.[120]
Tavilzhanka 1,924 Kupiansk Contested:[121] 10 Oct 2022
Tsyrkuny 6,310 Kharkiv  Ukraine[122] 7 May 2022
Udy 1,677 Bohodukhiv  Ukraine[98] 11 Sep 2022  Russia advanced in the settlement on August 28.[123]
Recaptured by  Ukraine 11 September 2022.
Valky 8,721 Bohodukhiv  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Velykyi Burluk 3,656 Kupiansk  Ukraine[102] 11 Sep 2022 Captured by  Russia in March 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 10 September 2022.
Verbivka [uk] 3515 Izium  Ukraine[124] 7 Sep 2022
Vovchansk 17,747 Chuhuiv  Ukraine 11 Sep 2022 Captured by  Russia in 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 11 September 2022.[98][125]
Yakovenkove [uk] 1,126 Izium  Ukraine[16] 8 Sep 2022 Recaptured by  Ukraine 7 September 2022.
Zmiiv 14,071 Chuhuiv  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Zolochiv 7,926 Bohodukhiv  Ukraine[126] 10 Apr 2022

Kherson Oblast

Name Pop. Raion Held by As of More information
Arkhanhelske 1,769 Beryslav  Ukraine[127] 3 Oct 2022 Captured by  Russia in March 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 2 October 2022.
Beryslav 12,123 Beryslav  Ukraine[128] 30 Mar 2022 Captured by  Russia 27 February 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine in November 2022.[129]
Blahodatne 1,008 Kherson  Ukraine[130] 14 Sep 2022 Controlled by  Ukraine, according to a Ukrainian military journalist.[131]
Borozenske 2,021 Beryslav  Ukraine[12] 10 Nov 2022 Captured by  Russia in 2022.

Recaptured by  Ukraine 10 November 2022.

Bruskynske 436 Beryslav  Ukraine[12] 10 Nov 2022 Captured by  Russia in 2022.

Recaptured by  Ukraine 10 November 2022.

Chaplynka 9,539 Kakhovka  Russia[132] 27 Apr 2022 Captured by  Russia in 2022.
Chornobaivka 9,275 Kherson  Ukraine[133] 27 Mar 2022 See 2022 Chornobaivka attacks
Captured by  Russia 27 February 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 11 November.
Chulakivka 3,087 Skadovsk  Russia[134] 15 Mar 2022 Captured by  Russia 15 March 2022.
Davydiv Brid 1,223 Beryslav  Ukraine[91] 4 Oct 2022 See Battle of Davydiv Brid
Captured by  Russia in March 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 4 October 2022.
Dudchany 2,102 Beryslav

 Ukraine[135][136]

4 Oct 2022
Havrylivka 1,487 Beryslav  Ukraine[127] 4 Oct 2022
Henichesk 19,253 Henichesk  Russia[137] 19 Apr 2022 Captured by  Russia 24 February 2022.
Kakhovka 35,400 Kakhovka  Russia[12] 6 Sep 2022 Captured by  Russia in February 2022.
Kalynivske 1,075 Beryslav  Ukraine[138] 9 Nov 2022 Captured by  Russia 27 April 2022.[132]
Recaptured by  Ukraine 9 November 2022.
Kherson[a] 283,649 Kherson  Ukraine 11 Nov 2022 See Battle of Kherson[139]
Captured by  Russia 2 March 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 11 November 2022.[140]
Khreshchenivka 780 Beryslav  Ukraine[141] 2 Oct 2022 Captured by  Russia 16 April 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 2 October 2022.
Kostromka 181 Beryslav  Ukraine 29 Sep 2022 Recaptured by  Ukraine 1 September 2022.[142][143]
Kyselivka 2,466 Kherson  Ukraine[144] 10 Nov 2022 Recaptured by Ukraine 10 November 2022.[144]
Liubymivka 1,695 Beryslav  Ukraine[141] 2 Oct 2022 Captured by  Russia in March 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 2 October 2022.
Mykhailivka 1,020 Beryslav  Ukraine[127] 3 Oct 2022
Nova Kakhovka 45,069 Kakhovka  Russia[145] 27 Feb 2022 Captured by  Russia 27 February 2022.
Novooleksandrivka 1,335 Beryslav  Ukraine[127] 3 Oct 2022 Captured by  Russia in 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 3 October 2022.
Novoraisk 2,376 Beryslav  Ukraine[132] 27 Apr 2022 Captured by  Russia 27 April 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 10 November 2022.
Novovorontsovka 6,081 Beryslav  Ukraine[132] 27 Apr 2022
Oleksandrivka 2,596 Kherson  Ukraine[146] 10 Nov 2022 Captured by  Russia in 2022.
Recaptured by  Russia around 20 April 2022.[147]
Recaptured by  Ukraine 10 November 2022.[146]
Oleshky 24,383 Kherson  Russia[148] 24 Feb 2022 Captured by  Russia 2 March 2022.
Osokorivka 2,747 Beryslav  Ukraine[149] 6 Apr 2022
Petropavlivka 722 Beryslav  Ukraine[150] 26 Apr 2022 Captured by  Russia 27 February 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 11 November 2022.
Posad-Pokrovske 2,349 Kherson  Ukraine[151] 21 Mar 2022 Captured by  Russia 9 March 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 21 March 2022.
Pravdyne 1,621 Kherson  Ukraine[152] 9 Nov 2022 Captured by  Russia 2022.[153]
Recaptured by  Ukraine 9 November 2022.
Skadovsk 17,344 Skadovsk  Russia[154] 13 Mar 2022 Captured by  Russia 9 March 2022.
Sokolohirne 709 Henichesk  Russia[155] 15 Oct 2022 Captured by  Russia 25 February 2022.
Stanislav 4,909 Kherson  Ukraine[146] 10 Nov 2022 Captured by  Russia in March 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 10 November 2022.[146]
Sukhyi Stavok 117 Beryslav  Ukraine[156] 30 Aug 2022
Tavriyske 566 Kherson  Ukraine[86] 27 Apr 2022
Tiahynka 2,031 Beryslav  Ukraine[132] 27 Apr 2022 Captured by  Russia in 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 10 November.[157]
Tryfonivka 803 Beryslav  Ukraine[158] 7 Oct 2022 Captured by  Russia in 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 6 October 2022.
Velyka Oleksandrivka 6,487 Beryslav  Ukraine[91] 4 Oct 2022 Captured by  Russia 27 February 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 4 October 2022.
Vysokopillia 3,899 Beryslav  Ukraine[159] 4 Sep 2022 Captured by  Russia by March 2022.[160][161]
Recaptured by  Ukraine 4 September 2022.
Zolota Balka 1,681 Beryslav  Ukraine[141] 3 Aug 2022 Recaptured by  Ukraine 2 October 2022.

Khmelnytskyi Oblast

Name Pop. Raion Held by As of More information
Kamianets-Podilskyi 97,908 Kamianets-Podilskyi  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Khmelnytskyi 274,582 Khmelnytskyi  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022 See October missile strikes

Kirovohrad Oblast

Name Pop. Raion Held by As of More information
Kropyvnytskyi 222,695 Kropyvnytskyi  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Oleksandriia 77,303 Oleksandriia  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Svitlovodsk 43,931 Oleksandriia  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022

Kyiv Oblast and Kyiv

Name Pop. Raion Held by As of More information
Bila Tserkva 208,737 Bila Tserkva  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Borodianka 13,044 Bucha  Ukraine[162][163] 1 Apr 2022 See Bombing of Borodianka
Brovary 109,473 Brovary  Ukraine[164] 1 Apr 2022 See Battle of Brovary
Bucha[a] 36,971 Bucha  Ukraine[164] 1 Apr 2022 See Battle of Bucha, Bucha massacre
Captured by  Russia 12 March 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 31 March 2022.
Buzova 1,548 Bucha  Ukraine[4] 1 Apr 2022
Chernobyl 2,500 Vyshhorod  Ukraine[165] 2 Apr 2022 See Capture of Chernobyl
Captured by  Russia 24 February 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 2 April 2022.
Dymer 5,817 Vyshhorod  Ukraine[162] 1 Apr 2022 Captured by  Russia 2 March 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 31 March 2022.
Fastiv 44,841 Fastiv  Ukraine[166] 17 Mar 2022
Hornostaipil 1,033 Vyshhorod  Ukraine[167] 3 Apr 2022 Captured by  Russia 24 February 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 1 April 2022.
Hostomel[a] 17,534 Bucha  Ukraine[4] 1 Apr 2022 See Battle of Hostomel, Battle of Antonov Airport
Captured by  Russia 25 February 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 2 April 2022.
Irpin[a] 62,456 Bucha  Ukraine[168][169] 1 Apr 2022 See Battle of Irpin, Irpin refugee column shelling
Partially captured by  Russia 14 March 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 28 March 2022.
Ivankiv 10,563 Vyshhorod  Ukraine[163][4][162] 1 Apr 2022 See Battle of Ivankiv
Captured by  Russia 2 March 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 1 April 2022.
Klavdiievo-Tarasove 5,019 Bucha  Ukraine[170] 2 Apr 2022 Captured by  Russia in 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 1 April 2022.
Kyiv 2,962,180 none[b]  Ukraine[171] 28 Feb 2022 See Battle of Kyiv, Kyiv shopping centre bombing, Kyiv missile strikes
Makariv 9,589 Bucha  Ukraine[164] 1 Apr 2022 Captured by  Russia 28 February 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 2 March 2022.
Nemishaieve 7,841 Bucha  Ukraine[167] 3 Mar 2022
Obukhiv 33,443 Obukhiv  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Shevchenkove 2,913 Brovary  Ukraine[172] 1 Apr 2022
Slavutych 24,685 Vyshhorod  Ukraine[173] 3 Apr 2022 Geographically within Chernihiv Oblast
See Battle of Slavutych
Captured by  Russia 26 March 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 3 April 2022.
Vasylkiv 37,310 Obukhiv  Ukraine[174] 26 Feb 2022 See Battle of Vasylkiv
Velyka Dymerka 9,461 Brovary  Ukraine[175] 1 Apr 2022 Captured by  Russia in 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 1 April 2022.
Vorzel 6,766 Bucha  Ukraine[176] 1 Apr 2022
Vyshhorod 22,933 Vyshhorod  Ukraine[177] 7 Mar 2022

Luhansk Oblast

Name Pop. Raion Held by As of More information
Alchevsk 106,550 Alchevsk  Russia 2 May 2014 Captured by  Luhansk PR 30 April 2014.
Bilohorivka 828 Sievierodonetsk  Ukraine 19 Sep 2022 See Bilohorivka school bombing
Captured by  Russia/ LPR 3 July 2022.[178]
Recaptured by  Ukraine 19 September 2022.[179]
Hirske 9,274 Sievierodonetsk  Russia[180] 24 Jun 2022 Captured by  Russia/ LPR 24 June 2022.[180]
Hrekivka 53 Svatove  Ukraine[181] 5 Oct 2022 Recaptured by  Ukraine 5 October 2022.
Holubivka 26,838 Alchevsk  Russia 26 Feb 2022 Captured by  Luhansk PR mid-July 2014.
Krasnorichenske 4,020 Svatove  Russia Captured by  Luhansk PR in 2022.
Krasnyi Luch 79,764 Rovenki  Russia[182] 25 Feb 2022 Captured by  Luhansk PR mid-April 2014.
Kreminna 18,417 Sievierodonetsk  Russia[183] 19 Apr 2022 See First Battle of Kreminna, Second Battle of Kreminna
Captured by  Russia/ LPR 18 April 2022.
Luhansk 399,559 Luhansk  Russia[184] 25 Feb 2022 See Siege of the Luhansk Border Base (2014)
Captured by  Luhansk PR mid-April 2014.
Lysychansk 95,031 Sievierodonetsk  Russia[185] 3 Jul 2022 See Battle of Lysychansk
Captured by  Luhansk PR mid-April 2014.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 25 July 2014.
Recaptured by  Russia/ LPR 2 July 2022.
Makiivka 831 Svatove  Ukraine[181] 5 Oct 2022
Novodruzhesk 6,806 Sievierodonetsk  Russia 1 Jul 2022 See Battle of Lysychansk
Captured by  Russia/ LPR 1 July 2022.[186]
Popasna 19,672 Sievierodonetsk  Russia[187] 8 May 2022 See Battle of Popasna
Captured by  Luhansk PR mid-April 2014.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 19 June 2014.
Recaptured by  Luhansk PR 8 July 2014.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 22 July 2014.
Recaptured by  Russia/ LPR 7 May 2022[188]
Pryvillia 6,679 Sievierodonetsk  Russia 1 Jul 2022 See Battle of Lysychansk
Captured by  Russia/ LPR 1 July 2022.[186]
Rubizhne 56,066 Sievierodonetsk  Russia[189] 12 May 2022 See Battle of Rubizhne
Captured by  Russia/ LPR 12 May 2022
Shchastia 11,552 Shchastia  Russia[190] 12 Mar 2022
Sievierodonetsk 101,135 Sievierodonetsk  Russia[191] 25 Jun 2022 See Battles of Sievierodonetsk (2014), Battle of Sievierodonetsk (2022)
Captured by  Luhansk PR late May 2014.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 22 July 2014.
Recaptured by  Russia/ LPR 25 June 2022.[192][193][191]
Stakhanov 73,702 Alchevsk  Russia 2 May 2014 Captured by  Luhansk PR 2 May 2014.
Starobilsk 16,267 Starobilsk  Russia[194] 13 Mar 2022 See Battle of Starobilsk (2022)
Captured by  Russia/ LPR 26 February 2022.
Svatove 16,420 Svatove  Russia[195] 9 Mar 2022 Captured by  Russia/ LPR 6 March 2022.
Toshkivka 4,088 Sievierodonetsk  Russia[196] 21 Jun 2022 See Battle of Toshkivka
Capture claimed by  Russia/ LPR 21 June 2022.[196]
Zolote 13,203 Sievierodonetsk  Russia[197] 24 Jun 2022 Captured by  Russia/ LPR 24 June 2022.[197]
Zolotarivka 631 Sievierodonetsk  Ukraine[198] 21 Oct 2022 Captured by  Russia/ LPR 4 July 2022.

Recaptured by  Ukraine 21 October 2022.

Lviv Oblast

Name Pop. Raion Held by As of More information
Brody 23,335 Zolochiv  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Chervonohrad 65,180 Chervonohrad  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Drohobych 74,610 Drohobych  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Lviv 717,486 Lviv  Ukraine[199] 24 Feb 2022 See October missile strikes
Many diplomatic missions temporarily relocated to Lviv from Kyiv.[200]
Sambir 34,444 Sambir  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Truskavets 28,474 Drohobych  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Yavoriv 12,888 Yavoriv  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022 See Yavoriv military base attack

Mykolaiv Oblast

Name Pop. Raion Held by As of More information
Barativka 1,088 Bashtanka  Ukraine 11 Nov 2022 Captured by  Russia 18 March 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine November 2022.
Bezimenne 179 Bashtanka  Ukraine[201] 22 Oct 2022 Captured by  Russia in 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine in 2022.
Lupareve 1,268 Mykolaiv  Ukraine[147] 23 Apr 2022
Mykolaiv[a] 476,101 Mykolaiv  Ukraine[202] 18 Mar 2022 See Battle of Mykolaiv, Mykolaiv cluster bombing, Government building airstrike
Novomykolaivka 1,161 Mykolaiv  Ukraine 9 Jul 2022 Captured by  Russia 4 July 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 16 August 2022.[203]
Novopetrivka 1,722 Bashtanka  Ukraine 11 Nov 2022 Captured by  Russia 3 March 2022.[204]
Recaptured by  Ukraine 27 April 2022.[203][failed verification]
Recaptured by  Russia 23 May 2022.[205]
Recaptured by  Ukraine November 2022.
Ochakiv 13,927 Mykolaiv  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Oleksandrivka 1,336 Bashtanka  Ukraine 11 Nov 2022 Captured by  Russia 11 March 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine November 2022.
Pervomaiske 2,698 Mykolaiv  Ukraine 11 Nov 2022 Captured by  Russia 2 September 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 2022.
Pokrovka 229 Mykolaiv  Russia 9 Nov 2022 Captured by  Russia 21 April 2022.
Pokrovske 181 Mykolaiv  Russia 9 Nov 2022 Captured by  Russia 21 April 2022.
Shevchenkove 3,150 Mykolaiv  Ukraine[202] 18 Mar 2022
Snihurivka 12,307 Bashtanka  Ukraine[206][207] 9 Nov 2022 Captured by  Russia 13 March 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 10 November 2022.
Tsentralne 1,247 Mykolaiv  Ukraine 11 Nov 2022 Captured by  Russia 18 June 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine November 2022.
Ukrainka 1,170 Mykolaiv  Ukraine[202] 18 Mar 2022
Vasylivka 382 Mykolaiv  Russia 4 Sep 2022 Captured by  Russia in 2022.
Voznesensk 34,050 Voznesensk  Ukraine[208] 14 Mar 2022 See Battle of Voznesensk
Vynohradivka 1,388 Bashtanka  Ukraine[209] 25 Mar 2022

Odesa Oblast

Name Pop. Raion Held by As of More information
Bile (Snake Island) ≈ 100 Izmail  Ukraine[210] 30 Jun 2022 See Snake Island campaign
Captured by  Russia 24 February 2022.[210]
Recaptured by  Ukraine 30 June 2022.[211]
Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi 48,197 Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Izmail 70,731 Izmail  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Odesa 1,015,826 Odesa  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022 See Bombing of Odesa
Podilsk 39,662 Podilsk  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Serhiivka 5,316 Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022 See Serhiivka missile strike

Poltava Oblast

Name Pop. Raion Held by As of More information
Kremenchuk 217,710 Kremenchuk  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022 See Kremenchuk shopping mall attack
Lubny 44,595 Lubny  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Myrhorod 38,447 Myrhorod  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Poltava 283,402 Poltava  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022 See October missile strikes

Rivne Oblast

Name Pop. Raion Held by As of More information
Dubno 37,257 Dubno  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Kostopil 31,060 Rivne  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Rivne 245,289 Rivne  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022

Sumy Oblast

Name Pop. Raion Held by As of More information
Buryn 8,359 Konotop  Ukraine[149] 6 Apr 2022 Captured by  Russia 25 February 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 4 April 2022.
Hlukhiv 32,248 Hlukhiv  Ukraine[149] 6 Apr 2022 See Battle of Hlukhiv
Captured by  Russia 25 February 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 4 April 2022.
Konotop 84,787 Konotop  Ukraine[149] 6 Apr 2022 See Battle of Konotop
Captured by  Russia 25 February 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 4 April 2022.
Krolevets 22,437 Konotop  Ukraine[149] 6 Apr 2022
Lebedyn 24,238 Lebedyn  Ukraine[149] 6 Apr 2022 See Battle of Lebedyn
Okhtyrka[a] 47,216 Okhtyrka  Ukraine[149] 6 Apr 2022 See Battle of Okhtyrka
Putyvl 15,100 Konotop  Ukraine[149] 6 Apr 2022 Captured by  Russia 27 February 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 2 April 2022.
Romny 38,305 Romny  Ukraine[149] 6 Apr 2022 See Battle of Romny
Shostka 73,197 Shostka  Ukraine[149] 6 Apr 2022
Sumy 259,660 Sumy  Ukraine[149] 6 Apr 2022 See Battle of Sumy, Sumykhimprom ammonia leak, October missile strikes
Trostianets 19,797 Okhtyrka  Ukraine[149] 6 Apr 2022 See Battle of Trostianets
Captured by  Russia 1 March 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 26 March 2022.

Ternopil Oblast

Name Pop. Raion Held by As of More information
Berezhany 17,316 Ternopil  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Chortkiv 28,393 Chortkiv  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Ternopil 225,238 Ternopil  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022 See October missile strikes

Vinnytsia Oblast

Name Pop. Raion Held by As of More information
Bar 15,563 Zhmerynka  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Bershad 12,446 Haisyn  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Haisyn 25,883 Haisyn  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Hnivan 12,314 Vinnytsia  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Kalynivka 18,695 Khmilnyk  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Khmilnyk 27,158 Khmilnyk  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Koziatyn 22,634 Khmilnyk  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Ladyzhyn 22,593 Haisyn  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Mohyliv-Podilskyi 30,186 Mohyliv-Podilskyi  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Tulchyn 14,668 Tulchyn  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Vinnytsia 370,601 Vinnytsia  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022 See Vinnytsia missile strikes
Zhmerynka 34,097 Zhmerynka  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022

Volyn Oblast

Name Pop. Raion Held by As of More information
Kivertsi 13,917 Lutsk  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Kovel 67,991 Kovel  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Lutsk 217,197 Lutsk  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Novovolynsk 50,417 Volodymyr  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Rozhyshche 12,584 Lutsk  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Volodymyr 38,070 Volodymyr  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022

Zakarpattia Oblast

Name Pop. Raion Held by As of More information
Berehove 23,485 Berehove  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Khust 28,206 Khust  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Mukachevo 85,903 Mukachevo  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Rakhiv 15,596 Rakhiv  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Svaliava 17,124 Mukachevo  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Uzhhorod 115,542 Uzhhorod  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Vynohradiv 25,442 Berehove  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022

Zaporizhzhia Oblast

Name Pop. Raion Held by As of More information
Berdiansk 107,928 Berdiansk  Russia[212][213] 24 May 2022 See Berdiansk port attack
Captured by  Russia 27 February 2022.[212]
Chernihivka 5,645 Berdiansk  Russia[214] 17 Mar 2022 Captured by  Russia 14 March 2022.
Dniprorudne 18,036 Vasylivka  Russia[215][216] 22 Apr 2022 Captured by  Russia 4 March 2022.[citation needed]
Enerhodar 52,887 Vasylivka  Russia[217] 4 Mar 2022 See Battle of Enerhodar
Captured by  Russia 4 March 2022.
Huliaipole 13,070 Polohy  Ukraine[218][219] 23 May 2022 See Battle of Huliaipole
Inzhenerne 1,003 Polohy  Russia[220] 21 May 2022
Kamianka 6,507 Polohy  Russia[214][221] 15 Mar 2022 Captured by  Russia 14 March 2022.
Kamianka-Dniprovska 12,332 Vasylivka  Russia 2 Mar 2022 Captured by  Russia 2 March 2022.[citation needed]
Kamianske 2,639 Vasylivka Contested:[222] 19 May 2022
Kopani 616 Polohy  Russia[223] 11 Oct 2022
Melitopol 150,768 Melitopol  Russia[224] 16 May 2022 See Battle of Melitopol
Captured by  Russia 1 March 2022.
Mykhailivka 11,694 Vasylivka  Russia[225] 13 May 2022
Myrne 872 Polohy  Russia[226][227] 24 Apr 2022
Nesterianka 1,566 Polohy  Russia[228] 3 Sep 2022
Novomykolaivka 5,059 Zaporizhzhia  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Orikhiv 14,136 Polohy  Ukraine[229] 30 Mar 2022
Polohy 18,396 Polohy  Russia[230][229] 30 Mar 2022 Captured by  Russia 7 March 2022.
Prymorsk 11,397 Berdiansk  Russia 1 Mar 2022 Captured by  Russia 28 February 2022.[citation needed]
Rozivka 3,022 Polohy  Russia[231] 30 Apr 2022
Tokmak 30,132 Polohy  Russia[230][216] 22 Apr 2022 Captured by  Russia 7 March 2022.
Vasylivka 12,771 Vasylivka  Russia[232] 23 May 2022 Captured by  Russia by 7 March 2022.[230]
Zaporizhzhia 722,713 Zaporizhzhia  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022 See Civilian convoy attack, Residential building airstrike, October missile strikes

Zhytomyr Oblast

Name Pop. Raion Held by As of More information
Berdychiv 73,999 Berdychiv  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Novohrad-Volynskyi 55,463 Novohrad-Volynskyi  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022
Pershotravneve 2,260 Korosten  Ukraine 3 Apr 2022 Captured by  Russia 26 February 2022
Recaptured by  Ukraine 3 April 2022
Zhytomyr 263,507 Zhytomyr  Ukraine 24 Feb 2022 See 2022 Zhytomyr attacks, October missile strikes

See also

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Notes

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Hero City of Ukraine
  2. ^ a b City with special status

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