Russian occupation of Donetsk Oblast

Military occupation by Russia
Russian occupation of Donetsk Oblast
Part of the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine
Russian Occupation of Donetsk Oblast.svg
Donetsk Oblast:
  Ukrainian territory never occupied
  Ukrainian territory liberated from occupation
  •   Russian-occupied territory in Ukraine
  • (2014–present)
  •   Russian-occupied territory in Ukraine
  • (2022–present)
Date7 April 2014 - Present
(8 years, 7 months, 2 weeks and 5 days)
LocationDonetsk Oblast, Ukraine
Russian control of Ukraine as of November 2022

The Russian occupation of Donetsk Oblast is an ongoing military occupation within Ukraine, which began on 7 April 2014 when part of the oblast was occupied by the Russian army and separatist forces and came under the control of the Donetsk People's Republic, a Russian-influenced breakaway entity located within it. The oblast's administrative center is Donetsk; however, its Regional State Administration has been temporarily relocated to Kramatorsk because of the ongoing Russo-Ukrainian War.[1]

Control of settlements

Name Pop. Raion Held by As of More information
Avdiivka 31,940 Pokrovsk Contested:[2]
  •  Ukraine
  •  Russia
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[3] 24 Oct 2022 See Battle of Bakhmut
Captured by  Donetsk PR in April 2014.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 24 Oct 2022.
Bakhmutske 612 Bakhmut Contested:[4] 7 Sep 2022
Berestove 1,278 Bakhmut  Russia[5] 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.[6]
Recaptured by  Ukraine 11 September 2022.[7][8]
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[9] 19 Sep 2022
Donetsk 905,364 Donetsk  Russia[10] 22 Feb 2022 See March 2022 Donetsk attack
Captured by  Donetsk PR 7 April 2014.
Drobysheve 2,639 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[11] 1 Oct 2022
Druzhkivka 55,088 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[12] 4 May 2022
Horlivka 241,106 Horlivka  Russia[13] 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[14] 27 Sep 2022
Katerynivka 37 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[15] 28 Sep 2022
Kodema 461 Bakhmut  Russia[16] 6 Sep 2022 Captured by  Russia 6 September 2022.
Kolodiazi 270 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[17] 29 Sep 2022
Korovii Yar 721 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[18] 24 Sep 2022
Kostiantynivka 68,792 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[19][20] 10 Mar 2022 Captured by  Donetsk PR in mid-April 2014.
Recaptured by  Ukraine 7 July 2014.
Kramatorsk 150,084 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[12] 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[19][21] 10 Mar 2022
Luhanske 2,174 Bakhmut  Russia[22][23] 26 May 2022 Captured by  Russia May 2022.
Lyman 20,469 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[24][25] 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.[26][27][28][29]
Recaptured by  Ukraine on 1 October 2022.[24][25][30]
Makiivka 340,337 Donetsk  Russia[13] 9 Mar 2022 Captured by  Donetsk PR 13 April 2014.
Marinka 10,722 Pokrovsk Contested:[2][31] 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 431,859 Mariupol  Russia[32] 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.[32]
Myronivskyi 7,331 Bakhmut  Russia[33][23] 26 May 2022 Captured by  Russia on 23 May 2022[33]
New York 9,917 Bakhmut  Ukraine[19][34] 10 Mar 2022
Nove 880 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[14] 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[23] 26 May 2022 Captured along with Vuhlehirske Power Plant by  Russia/ DPR on 26 July 2022[35]
Novomaiorske 551 Volnovakha  Russia[36] 10 Apr 2022
Novomykhailivka 1,439 Pokrovsk  Russia[37] 1 May 2022
Novoselivka 1,255 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[38] 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[39] 4 May 2022
Novotroitske 6,445 Volnovakha  Russia[40][41] 6 May 2022 Captured by  Donetsk PR 11 March 2022.
Ocheretyne 3,573 Pokrovsk  Ukraine
Olenivka 4,534 Donetsk  Russia[37] 1 May 2022 See Olenivka prison massacre
Captured by  Donetsk PR in September 2014
Ozerne 171 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[42] 4 Sep 2022 Captured by  Russia in June 2022
Recaptured by  Ukraine 4 September 2022.
Pavlivka 2,505 Volnovakha  Ukraine[43] 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.[44]
Russian sources alternatively claimed Russian control and Ukrainian control on 28 August 2022.[45]
Pisky 6 Pokrovsk  Russia[46] 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[47] 25 May 2022 Subject to repeated rocket attacks since late May 2022.
Pokrovske 1,333 Bakhmut Contested:[48] 5 Sep 2022
Raihorodok 3,342 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[49] 9 Sep 2022
Selydove 21,916 Pokrovsk  Ukraine[19][50] 10 Mar 2022
Serebryanka 869 Bakhmut  Ukraine[49] 4 Sep 2022
Shandryholove 1,035 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[14] 27 Sep 2022
Shchurove 264 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[9] 19 Sep 2022
Shevchenko 1,682 Pokrovsk  Ukraine[51] 26 Sep 2022
Siversk 11,068 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[52] 25 May 2022 See Battle of Siversk
Sloviansk 106,972 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[12] 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:[53][failed verification] 11 Aug 2022 See Battle of Soledar
Solodke 525 Volnovakha  Russia[44] 5 Jul 2022 Recaptured by  Ukraine 5 July 2022.
Recaptured by  Russia/ DPR 19 August 2022.
Sosnove [uk] 235 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[54] 16 Sep 2022 Recaptured by  Ukraine 15 September 2022.
Spirne [uk] 80 Bakhmut Contested:[55] 17 Aug 2022 See Battle of Siversk
Staromlynivka 2,635 Volnovakha  Russia[56] 13 Mar 2022 Captured by  Russia/ DPR 13 March 2022.
Staryi Karavan 191 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[49] 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[57] and 14 June 2022.[58]
Recaptured by  Ukraine 11 September 2022.[59][8]
Svitlodarsk 11,281 Bakhmut  Russia[60][33] 24 May 2022 Captured by  Russia/ DPR on 24 May 2022.[60][33]
Terny 764 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[61] 3 Oct 2022 Captured by  Russia 23 April 2022.
Recaptured by  Ukraine first week of October 2022.[61]
Torske [uk] 1,653 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[62] 2 Oct 2022
Volnovakha 21,441 Volnovakha  Russia[63] 11 Mar 2022 See Volnovakha bus attack (2015), Battle of Volnovakha
Captured by  Donetsk PR 11 March 2022.
Volodymyrivka 6,325 Volnovakha  Russia[64] 20 Aug 2022
Yampil 1,944 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[65] 30 Sep 2022 Captured by  Russia/ DPR in May 2022.[66][67]
Contested between 28 September and 1 October 2022.[68][69]
Recaptured by  Ukraine on 1 October 2022.[65]
Yarova 1,255 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[70] 21 Sep 2022
Yenakiieve 77,053 Horlivka  Russia[71] 24 Jun 2015 Captured by  Donetsk PR 13 April 2014.
Zaitseve [uk] 1,162 Bakhmut Contested:[4] 7 Sep 2022
Zarichne 2,571 Kramatorsk  Ukraine[61] 3 Oct 2022 Captured by  Russia/ DPR 27 April 2022.[72][73][67]
Recaptured by  Ukraine first week of October 2022.[61]
Zelene Pole 578 Volnovakha  Ukraine[74] 1 May 2022

See also

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