Ukraine: Occupiers flee, leaving behind entire arsenals of ammunition

The Security Service of Ukraine shared such photos on its Facebook account.

“The Russian occupiers, under pressure from Ukrainian soldiers, are fleeing in such a way that they leave behind entire arsenals of ammunition. We know what to do with them, and we will certainly use them for their intended purpose – we will direct them at the enemies,” the defenders of Ukraine assured.

Russian soldiers are urgently leaving the places of deployment in the Luhansk region

Russian soldiers are urgently leaving the places of deployment in the Luhansk region, moving to the depth of the region or to the Russian territory, Serhijus Gaidaj, the head of the region, reports.

According to him, the urgent evacuation is due to a counterattack by the Ukrainian armed forces.

“In the Luhansk region, Russian soldiers left the small town of Svatov with their families, only the soldiers of the so-called “people’s militia” remained from the local population. The occupying authorities confirmed information about the transfer of soldiers and collaborators deep into the Luhansk region. “In addition, some of them transit to the territory of Russia,” S. Gaidajus wrote on his Telegram channel.

The evacuation is unorganized, everyone evacuates independently, claims S. Gaidajus.

His words are indirectly confirmed by the report of the Border Board of the Russian Federal Security Service, which states that more than 17,000 people crossed the border during the day. residents from the territories of the so-called Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics.

Since the beginning of last week, 116,000 people have entered Russia. people.

The Armed Forces of Ukraine announced early on Monday that in the last 24 hours more than 20 settlements were recovered.

“The liberation of territories occupied by Russia continues in the Donetsk and Kharkiv regions,” the statement of the General Staff of the Armed Forces said. It adds that, among other things, two urban-type settlements Velikij Burliuk and Dvoryčna have been liberated in the Kharkiv region.

Under intense pressure from recent offensive operations by Ukrainian troops, the Russian Defense Ministry announced over the weekend that it was withdrawing troops from the Kharkiv region. Nevertheless, the ministry claimed that this was being done to carry out a strategic “regrouping” of units.

On Sunday evening, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky confirmed that his country’s forces had recaptured the strategically important city of Izium. Later, videos showing Ukrainian soldiers raising the national flag on buildings went viral on social media.

According to the General Staff of Ukraine’s armed forces, Russian troops have also withdrawn from the small town of Svatov in the Luhansk region, but units linked to pro-Russian separatists continue to operate there.

“In the face of Ukraine’s gains, Russia may have ordered the withdrawal of its troops from the entire Kharkiv area, west of the Oskil River,” according to a British (UK) intelligence briefing released on Monday, which added that Ukrainian troops have so far retaken at least twice the size of Greater London.

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