Control of cities during the Russo-Ukrainian War

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This page provides detailed information on the most recently known control of cities and towns of Ukraine during the Russo-Ukrainian War.

List

Cherkasy Oblast

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

Chernihiv Oblast

Name Population Raion Held by More information
Chernihiv 285,234 Chernihiv Raion Truce[1] See Battle of Chernihiv
Awarded Hero City status
Snovsk 12,315 Koriukivka Raion Contested:[2]
Sosnytsia 6,708 Koriukivka Raion Contested:[3]
Horodnia 11,710 Chernihiv Raion  Russia[4]
Semenivka 7,952 Novhorod-Siverskyi  Russia[4]
Koriukivka 12,409 Chernihivka Raion Contested:[5]
Novhorod-Siverskyi 12,647 Novhorod-Siverskyi Raion  Russia[5]
Ripky 6,807 Chernihiv Raion  Russia
Mena 11,096 Koriukivka Raion  Russia

Chernivtsi Oblast

Name Population Raion Held by More information
Chernivtsi 265,471 Chernivtsi  Ukraine
Storozhynets 14,138 Storozhynets  Ukraine

Autonomous Republic of Crimea

Name Population Raion Held by More information
Kerch 149,566 Kerch Municipality  Russia[6]
Simferopol 332,317 Simferopol Municipality  Russia[6]
Yalta 76,746 Yalta Municipality  Russia[6]
Yevpatoria 105,719 Yevpatoria Municipality  Russia[6]

Dnipropetrovsk Oblast

Name Population Raion Held by More information
Apostolove 16,356 Kryvyi Rih  Ukraine
Dnipro 980,948  Ukraine
Kamianske 229,794 Kamianske  Ukraine
Kryvyi Rih 612,750 Kryvyi Rih  Ukraine
Marhanets 45,718 Nikopol  Ukraine
Nikopol 107,464 Nikopol  Ukraine
Novomoskovsk 70,230 Novomoskovsk  Ukraine
Pavlohrad 103,073 Pavlohrad  Ukraine
Pershotravensk 27,573 Synelnykove  Ukraine
Piatykhatky 18,457 Kamianske  Ukraine
Pidhorodne 19,336 Dnipro  Ukraine
Pokrov 38,111 Nikopol  Ukraine
Synelnykove 30,021 Synelnykove  Ukraine
Ternivka 29,226 Pavlohrad  Ukraine
Verkhnodniprovsk 16,976 Kamianske  Ukraine
Vilnohirsk 22,458 Kamianske  Ukraine
Zelenodolsk 12,874 Kryvyi Rih  Ukraine
Zhovti Vody 42,901 Kamianske  Ukraine

Donetsk Oblast

Name Population Raion Held by More information
Volnovakha 21,441 Volnovakha Raion Contested:[7] Awarded Hero City status
Bakhmut 72,310 Bakhmut Raion  Ukraine[8]
Donetsk 905,364  Donetsk PR[9]
Horlivka 241,106 Horlivka Municipality  Donetsk PR Horlivka offensive
Kramatorsk 150,084 Kramatorsk  Ukraine
Makiivka 340,337 Makiivka Municipality  Donetsk PR
Manhush 7,858 Mariupol Contested:[10]
Mariupol 431,859 Mariupol Contested:[11] See Siege of Mariupol
Awarded Hero City status
Novoazovsk 11,104 Novoazovsk  Donetsk PR
Sartana 10,117 Kalmiuske  Russia[12]
Sloviansk 106,972  Ukraine
Yenakiieve 77,053  Donetsk PR[13]

Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast

Name Population Raion Held by More information
Ivano-Frankivsk 237,855 Ivano-Frankivsk  Ukraine
Burshtyn 14,866 Ivano-Frankivsk  Ukraine
Nadvirna 22,545 Nadvirna  Ukraine
Kolomyia 61,140 Kolomiya  Ukraine
Kalush 65,814 Kalush  Ukraine
Dolyna 20,641 Kalush  Ukraine

Kharkiv Oblast

Name Population Raion Held by More information
Bohodukhiv 15,797 Bohodukhiv Contested:[14]
Valky 8,721 Bohodukhiv  Ukraine
Vovchansk 17,747 Chuhuiv  Russia[15]
Zmiiv 14,071 Chuhuiv  Ukraine
Balakliia 26,921 Izium Contested:[16]
Barvinkove 8,110 Izium  Ukraine
Izium 45,884 Izium Contested:[17]
Kharkiv 1,433,886 Kharkiv  Ukraine[18] See Battle of Kharkiv (2022)
Awarded Hero City status
Pivdenne 7,394 Kharkiv  Ukraine
Merefa 21,421 Kharkiv  Ukraine
Derhachi 17,433 Kharkiv Contested:[14]
Liubotyn 20,376 Kharkiv  Ukraine
Pechenihy 5,058 Kharkiv Contested:[14]
Krasnohrad 20,013 Krasnohrad  Ukraine
Kupiansk 27,169 Kupiansk  Russia[19]
Pervomaiskyi 28,986 Lozova  Ukraine
Lozova 54,026 Lozova  Ukraine

Kherson Oblast

Name Population Raion Held by More information
Nova Kakhovka 45,069 Kherson  Russia[20] See Kherson offensive
Oleshky 24,383 Kherson  Russia[21] See Kherson offensive
Kherson 283,649 Kherson  Russia[22] See Battle of Kherson
Awarded Hero City status
Skadovsk 17,344 Skadovsk  Russia[23]
Nova Zburivka 7,489 Skadovsk  Russia

Khmelnytskyi Oblast

Name Population Raion Held by More information
Kamianets-Podilskyi 97,908 Kamianets-Podilskyi  Ukraine
Khmelnytskyi 274,582 Khmelnytskyi  Ukraine

Kirovohrad Oblast

Name Population Raion Held by More information
Kropyvnytskyi 222,695 Kropyvnytskyi  Ukraine
Oleksandriia 77,303 Oleksandriia  Ukraine
Svitlovodsk 43,931 Oleksandriia  Ukraine

Kyiv Oblast

Name Population Raion Held by More information
Chernobyl 2,500 Vyshhorod  Russia See Battle of Chernobyl
Bila Tserkva 208,737 Bila Tserkva  Ukraine
Borodianka 13,044 Bucha Contested:[24]
Brovary 109,473 Brovary Contested:[25]
Bucha 36,971 Bucha  Russia[26][27][28]
Fastiv 44,841 Fastiv Contested:[29]
Obukhiv 33,443 Obukhiv Contested:[29]
Hostomel 17,534 Bucha  Russia[26][27][28] Awarded Hero City status
Hostomel Airport 0 Bucha  Russia[30]
Irpin 62,456 Bucha Truce[1] See Battle of Irpin
Ivankiv 10,563 Vyshhorod  Russia[31] See Battle of Ivankiv
Klavdiievo-Tarasove 5,019 Bucha  Russia[28][32]
Makariv 9,589 Bucha  Ukraine[24]
Nemishaieve 7,841 Bucha Contested:[24]
Vyshhorod 22,933 Vyshhorod  Ukraine[33] See Kyiv offensive (2022)
Vasylkiv 37,310 Vasylkivskyi  Ukraine[34] See Battle of Vasylkiv
Vorzel 6,766 Bucha  Russia[28]
Dymer 5,817 Vyshhorod  Russia
Krasiatychi 645 Vyshhorod  Russia
Slavutych 24,685 Vyshhorod  Russia

Luhansk Oblast

Name Population Raion Held by More information
Luhansk 399,559 Luhansk  Luhansk PR[35]
Krasnyi Luch 79,764 Rovekny  Luhansk PR[36]
Starobilsk 16,267 Starobilsk See Battle of Starobilsk
Bilovodsk 7,771 Starobilsk  Russia[37]
 Luhansk PR
Markivka 5,586 Starobilsk
Stanytsia Luhanska 12,505 Shchastia

Lviv Oblast

Name Population Raion Held by More information
Drohobych 74,610 Drohobych  Ukraine
Lviv 717,486 Lviv  Ukraine[39] Many diplomatic missions have temporarily relocated to Lviv from Kyiv.[40]
Chervonohrad 65,180 Chervonohrad  Ukraine
Sambir 34,444 Sambir  Ukraine
Brody 23,335 Zolochiv  Ukraine
Truskavets 28,474 Drohobych  Ukraine

Mykolaiv Oblast

Name Population Raion Held by More information
Mykolaiv 476,101 Mykolaiv See Battle of Mykolaiv
Voznesensk 34,050 Voznesensk Contested:[42]
Ochakiv 13,927 Ochakiv City  Ukraine
Shevchenkove 595 Mykolaiv  Russia[43]

Odessa Oblast

Name Population Raion Held by More information
Odessa 1,015,826 Odessa  Ukraine
Izmail 70,731 Izmail  Ukraine
Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi 48,197 Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi  Ukraine
Podilsk 39,662 Podilsk  Ukraine
Bile approx. 100 Izmail  Russia See Attack on Snake Island

Poltava Oblast

Name Population Raion Held by More information
Kremenchuk 217,710 Kremenchuk  Ukraine
Lubny 44,595 Lubny  Ukraine
Poltava 283,402
  • Shevchenkivskyi
  • Kyivskyi
  • Podilskyi
 Ukraine

Rivne Oblast

Name Population Raion Held by More information
Rivne 245,289 Rivne  Ukraine
Dubno 37,257 Dubno  Ukraine
Kostopil 31,060 Kostopil  Ukraine

Cities with special status

Name Population Raion Held by More information
Kyiv 2,962,180  Ukraine[44]
Present military control in Kyiv
See Kyiv offensive (2022) and Battle of Kyiv (2022)
Sevastopol 509,992  Russia[6] See Annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation

Sumy Oblast

Name Population Raion Held by More information
Sumy 259,660 Truce[1] See Battle of Sumy
Konotop 84,787 Konotop  Russia[45][46] See Battle of Konotop (2022)
Shostka 73,197 Shostka  Ukraine[45]
Romny 38,305 Romny Contested:[47]
Lebedyn 24,238 Lebedyn  Ukraine[48]
Krolevets 22,437 Konotop  Ukraine[48]

Ternopil Oblast

Name Population Raion Held by More information
Ternopil 225,238 Ternopil  Ukraine
Chortkiv 28,393 Chortkiv  Ukraine
Berezhany 17,316 Ternopil  Ukraine

Vinnytsia Oblast

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

Volyn Oblast

Name Population Raion Held by More information
Lutsk 217,197 Lutsk  Ukraine
Kovel 67,991 Kovel  Ukraine
Novovolynsk 50,417 Volodymyr-Volynskyi  Ukraine
Volodymyr 38,070 Volodymyr-Volynskyi  Ukraine
Rozhyshche 12,584 Lutsk  Ukraine
Kivertsi 13,917 Lutsk  Ukraine

Zakarpattia Oblast

Name Population Raion Held by More information
Uzhhorod 115,542 Uzhhorod  Ukraine
Mukachevo 85,903 Mukachevo  Ukraine
Svaliava 17,124 Mukachevo  Ukraine
Berehove 23,485 Berehove  Ukraine
Vynohradiv 25,442 Berehove  Ukraine
Khust 28,206 Khust  Ukraine
Rakhiv 15,596 Rakhiv  Ukraine

Zaporizhzhia Oblast

Name Population Raion Held by More information
Berdiansk 107,928  Russia[49] See Battle of Berdiansk
Enerhodar 52,887 Vasylivka Raion  Russia[50] See Siege of Enerhodar
Melitopol 150,768 Zaporizhzhia  Russia[51] See Battle of Melitopol
Polohy 18,396  Russia[52]
Tokmak 30,132  Russia[52]
Vasylivka 12,771  Russia[52]
Zaporizhzhia 722,713  Ukraine

Zhytomyr Oblast

Name Population Raion Held by More information
Zhytomyr 263,507 Zhytomyr City  Ukraine
Berdychiv 73,999 Berdychiv  Ukraine
Novohrad-Volynskyi 55,463 Novohrad-Volynskyi  Ukraine

See also

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