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Ukrainian Army liberates Klishchiyivka in Donestk Oblast

Ukraine’s Armed Forces liberate the second town on the eastern front within a week.
Situation south of Donetsk’s Bakhmut. Klishchiyivka village is located on the commanding heights. Map: Deep State
Ukrainian Army liberates Klishchiyivka in Donestk Oblast

Ukraine’s Armed Forces have liberated Klishchiyivka in the Donetsk Oblast (eastern Ukraine), the Commander of Ukraine’s Ground Forces, Colonel General Oleksandr Syrskyi confirmed.

Ukrainian troops regained complete control of Klishchiyivka, south of Bakhmut, Colonel General Oleksandr Syrskyi reported.

“Klishchiyivka is cleared of Russians and liberated by the 80th separate airborne assault brigade, the 5th separate assault brigade, and the Joint Assault Brigade of the National Guard of Ukraine ‘Lut’ (Rage),” Oleksandr Syrskyi wrote on Telegram.

Colonel General Syrskyi posted a video on Telegram showing Ukrainian soldiers of the 80th Separate Airborne Assault Brigade, the 5th Separate Assault Brigade, and the Joint Assault Brigade of the National Guard of Ukraine “Lut” (Rage) with a Ukrainian flag in Klishchiyivka.

Klishchiyivka is located southwest of Bakhmut. It is the second town on the southern flank of the Bakhmut sector liberated by the Ukrainian Army this week. On 15 September, Ukraine’s General Staff announced the liberation of Andriyivka, another town south of Bakhmut.


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