The war in Ukraine continues. Sunday marks the 571st day of the Russian invasion. The commander of the Ukrainian ground forces, General Oleksandr Chirsky, announced on Sunday that Ukrainian troops had liberated the town of Klishivka near Pakmut in eastern Ukraine’s Donetsk region. “Klishivka has been ‘cleansed’ of the Russians,” Chirsky wrote in a telegram. The President of Ukraine thanked the liberators. “I would especially like to mention the soldiers who are gradually returning to Ukraine, in the Bagmut region, well done!” – Volodymyr Zelensky said in a video statement. Follow Virtualna Polska’s live coverage.
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“Now to everyone in the front line. To every regiment. From Kubyansk to the left bank of the Kherson region, from the direction of Bagmut to every Ukrainian position in the south of our country at zero. Thank you, friends, for being strong!” – said the President of Ukraine.
“Today I want to thank everyone who protects the skies of our country. Our air force pilots and engineers, soldiers of mobile fire brigades, all our anti-aircraft fighters. Thank you for constantly increasing the number of downed Russian missiles and drones. , as a result, the number of our people and our infrastructure were saved. .Thank you players!” – said Zelensky.
“Today I especially want to mention the soldiers who are gradually returning to Ukraine, in the Bagmud area. Klishivka. Good job!” – Volodymyr Zelensky said in a video statement.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky thanked the liberators.
On Friday, the Ukrainian military announced the liberation of neighboring Andriyivka. Later that day, the Belarusian Volunteer Kalinovsky Regiment announced on social media that Klishivka had also been freed, but quickly deleted the message.
Earlier on Sunday, the head of the president’s office, Andriy Yermak, posted a photo of soldiers in Klishivka, stressing that Ukraine always regains its territories. The army later announced that serious offensive operations were underway in the city.
The armed forces said “stabilization operations” were underway in the liberated city.
Chirsky wrote in a telegram that Klishivka had been “cleansed” of the Russians.
The commander of the Ukrainian ground forces, General Oleksandr Chirsky, announced on Sunday that Ukrainian troops had liberated the town of Klishivka near Pakmut in eastern Ukraine’s Donetsk region.
Source: PAP, Twitter, Telegram, Reuters, Ukraińska Pravda, Ukrinform
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