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Dmitry Tymchuk: Update from the zone of combat operations

Dmitry Tymchuk: Update from the zone of combat operations

Operational data from the Information resistance group:

The situation in the zone of combat operations is extremely difficult. Russian troops and terrorists are taking the offensive, with new reinforcements from the Russian Federation.
On the occupied territory, the Russian troops put up roadblocks and equip strongholds. Accumulation of the RF Armed Forces units recorded in the areas of Vasilevka, Razdolnoe and Komsomol.

In the village of Krasnyi Luch, the local authorities have been instructed by the representatives of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation to allocate a plot of land to bury the dead. According to our data, the talk is that it’s about dead Russian soldiers.

Ukrainian troops are carrying out a regrouping of forces, pulling reserves and inflicting retaliatory strikes. Our troops destroyed 1 u. BM-21 “Grad” and several units of the enemy’s vehicles.

Ukrainian troops shelled positions in the areas of Tonenkoe, the village of Stanitsa Luhanskaya and Vesela Hora. Shelling of our units was carried out from the territory of Russia from an MLRS [Multiple Launch Rocket System] Smerch.

Near the village of Lenino there was an ambush by Russian soldiers who fired on a convoy of Ukrainian medical troops. Vehicle columns were marked accordingly.

Source: Dmitry Tymchuk FB Coordinator, Information Resistance

Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine

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