Ukraine Map Reveals How Invasion Is Being Rolled Back 200 Days In

As Russia's invasion of Ukraine enters its 200th day, the map shows that Ukraine's counteroffensive has made a lot of progress.

A report from the Institute for the Study of War (ISW) on Saturday said that Ukrainian forces have "penetrated Russian lines to a depth of up to

70 kilometres in some places" and retaken more than 3,000 square kilometres of land since September 6.

The ISW said that this is more land than Russian forces have taken in all of their operations since April. 

The control-of-terrain map from the U.S.-based think tank shows how far the Ukrainian counteroffensive has come in the Kharkiv region in

recent days. 
An analyst at the ISW named George Barros tweeted an animated GIF that showed how the Ukrainian counteroffensive has changed 

over the last five days. Barros said that the Ukrainian forces are now about 25 kilometres (15 miles) from the